"Come to think of it, if you were to use that, you may need to do some reading on the guys that did doublers, I don’t know if you will have to ground the wire that they have to. I don’t know what or where said wire is. "
I'm relatively sure that you only have a momentary ground for use with the automatics, it's for a signal that the transmission needs the line pressures increased. The standard transmission shouldn't have this since it's not controlled by the electrical system.
Well I ended up picking up a 1990 Xj transfer case for 50 bucks so I’m going to swap the front output shaft. The Np231 came with a rear slip yoke eliminator so hopefully I can sell that off and get some cash to offset the t case purchase.
Not sure the brand, but there are two reason not to run it. 1) it doesn’t have the same speedo pickup, 2) I’d need to have a different drive shaft made which is just another expense I don’t want to deal with. Maybe I’ll hang on to it just Incase I change my mind.
Well it’s been a while since I posted in this thread, I moved and had to get rid of my 44s. But after a summer of trail camping on a t bar cranked rig I’ve got the itch again to sas. So I’m currently in the process of acquiring a set of d60s out of a 2500 ram. The factory gears are 4.10s so I think I can run 33s possibly 35s without a re gear for right now. I’m sure that will be in the future. It also comes with airtec truss kit for a xj so I’m leaning towards using a set of xj long arms and running coils.