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Posted: Fri Nov 28, 2008 7:45 am 
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Hey guy

İ stumbled over a PDF on t5 manual tran (manual) and i was looking threw it and noticed that the t5 manual also cam out with a transfer case for a awd setupş anyone know what this would have been fitted to

id love to look into turning my ef with au engine into a awd like a nissan skyline gtr

ive got the alloy sump to make the drive shaft go threw and weld to id just have to get a custom tailshaft made and find a front diff to match and some cv shafts and some new front suspension with hubs to suit cvs

 

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Posted: Fri Nov 28, 2008 12:55 pm 
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never heard of it

can u post up that part of teh pdf?

the t5 is not a strong box... and with 2 extra wheels for it to drive it might juts snap!

 

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Posted: Fri Nov 28, 2008 2:35 pm 
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it'd be best suited to sand where traction is the first breaking point..

It's interesting none the less..

 

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Posted: Fri Nov 28, 2008 8:07 pm 
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i found the site again if you want you can download this it only 2mb and got everything in rebuilding t5

http://www.ttcautomotive.com/English/me ... Manual.pdf

 

 

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Posted: Fri Nov 28, 2008 8:14 pm 
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not a left over info from the old XF AWD one that was made or from a RTV?

 

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yer it could be but ill tell you want id love to get my hands on the transfer case and adaptor. without a dought id make a AWD setup id even strip the g-box and send it away for strenghting (shot pan or get billet forged gear that been shot pan)

just to have a AWD falcon would be in a world of it own

 

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iirc theres a few cars out there with awd setups.

Ssangyong musso had a T5 with a fabricated transfer case.

Pretty much like the W##series Supra boxes. vans used the same box with smaller extension housings and wide ratios.

 

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iirc theres a few cars out there with awd setups.

Ssangyong musso had a T5 with a fabricated transfer case.

Pretty much like the W##series Supra boxes. vans used the same box with smaller extension housings and wide ratios.


i did a quick look around at Ssangyong musso t5 were they on the 1996 2.9 diesels?????

if that the ones i might start searching the wreckers

 

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some1 might know a bit more, or even if searched there is probly a thread about it, but i'm pretty sure ford developed an AWD AU. i dont think the idea went very far. not sure if it was auto or manual.
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Krytox wrote:
iirc theres a few cars out there with awd setups.

Ssangyong musso had a T5 with a fabricated transfer case.

Pretty much like the W##series Supra boxes. vans used the same box with smaller extension housings and wide ratios.


i did a quick look around at Ssangyong musso t5 were they on the 1996 2.9 diesels?????

if that the ones i might start searching the wreckers


Dunno, never researched! But if you find an airbox for a 2006 one, lemmie know!

 

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i did a quick peek on google and found a transfer case

Transfer Case Compatability
The Jeep T4 & T5 was factory-married to the Jeep Dana Spicer Model 300 transfer case.

http://www.novak-adapt.com/knowledge/t4_t5.htm

 

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I didn't pay much attention to the pic, but the territory is AWD. If you want to convert to AWD, consider buying a smashed territory. But the task would seem huge. I figure you would only consider this if you have a strong blown motor.

 

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Posted: Fri Nov 28, 2008 9:13 pm 
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I didn't pay much attention to the pic, but the territory is AWD. If you want to convert to AWD, consider buying a smashed territory. But the task would seem huge. I figure you would only consider this if you have a strong blown motor.


the problem with territory is they use the barra engine which is a diff stud pattern to my SOHC

but that also another option but do the territory come out manual awd????

 

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If you want to use a sohc and a manual box, wouldn't the next step be to see if the trans mates up to the transfer case, and if not, how that can be solved?

But this would only be one of numerous challenges to be solved before AWD could be done.

 

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