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    Somebody help the new guy

    I'm new to the jeep world. Not sure how to tell what tranny or transfer case I have. 72 cj5 with 304 and a 3spd.
    need a new clutch but not sure what to buy. Dude at Quadratec tells me a certain part number "should" fit my
    application. anyone???

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    Somebody help the new guy

    Quadratec is a reputable company. I do believe they would stand behind their recommendations and correct any mistake. What make and pn did they tell you?
    LUK makes a good clutch
    Center-force has been around a long time making racing clutches.

    Any pictures of the trans and engine will help validate what you need.


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    Re: Somebody help the new guy

    You should crawl under the Jeep and look at the tags that are on the tranny and 'T case for a real answer. You don't know if anything has been changed from stock on such an old Jeep. Also, you can get a better idea of the shape it's in.

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    Re: Somebody help the new guy

    Likely aT150 transmission as my Black Betty is. Although one of my stalled projects is to convert the Ford T18 I have.
    Quick fixes are so named for how long they stay fixed.
    If you run out of gas, no matter which way you decide to push, the closest gas station will always be uphill and in the other direction. Corollary: The likelihood of running out increases when all of the nearby gas stations are closed.
    The parts shop that stocks part for Skylab II will not have parts for our year/model of Jeep.
    We cannot accurately judge the trajectory of a speeding critter (cat, dog, sasquatch).

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