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not needed,thought I edited
using my 150 with adapter

I'm in norcal oroville ca 95966


Looking for a
r151f transmission & t-case

4.7 gear set a +++++++ !! :wave:
from a 86-88 turbo 22re truck

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if I can't find in a few days I'll go the V6 adapter route



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If you find one and don't happen to need the bellhousing, I'm needing a 22RTE bellhousing!

also, if you cannot find the 151 turbo transmission you are looking for, you can use a 95& earlier R150F and swap the countershaft cluster and 1 - 3 gears to get the same ratios as the turbo trans. There are aftermarket versions of the countershaft cluster for sale on eBay for a pretty reasonable price, and I believe you can still get them from Toyota, OEM.  Second and third gears are the same as an ax15 from a Dakota or Jeep as well.
the only thing this does not get you is the special tail housing to mate with the 4-cylinder gear drive transfer cases, but you can get an adapter kit from Marlin for that.
Then if you are needing to mate to a 22R, advance adapters makes the kit then I think you are already referring to, with the 15 mm thick adapter plate to mount a 22R w56 bellhousing, and uses an extended pilot bushing to compensate for pushing the input shaft away from the engine that same amount.




I'm trying to use a Diesel Conversion Specialists W56/22R to VW ALH1.9 TDI engine adapter, and the Advance Adapters kit to mate the 22R/W56 bell to the R150/151 will not work as it requires an extended pilot bushing, not compatible with the extended crank hub pilot bearing register on the Diesel Conversion Specialists kit

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using my 150 with v6 adapter to gear drive case
only wanted turbo trans to avoid the adapter:)
thx


If you find one and don't happen to need the bellhousing, I'm needing a 22RTE bellhousing!

also, if you cannot find the 151 turbo transmission you are looking for, you can use a 95& earlier R150F and swap the countershaft cluster and 1 - 3 gears to get the same ratios as the turbo trans. There are aftermarket versions of the countershaft cluster for sale on eBay for a pretty reasonable price, and I believe you can still get them from Toyota, OEM.  Second and third gears are the same as an ax15 from a Dakota or Jeep as well.
the only thing this does not get you is the special tail housing to mate with the 4-cylinder gear drive transfer cases, but you can get an adapter kit from Marlin for that.
Then if you are needing to mate to a 22R, advance adapters makes the kit then I think you are already referring to, with the 15 mm thick adapter plate to mount a 22R w56 bellhousing, and uses an extended pilot bushing to compensate for pushing the input shaft away from the engine that same amount.




I'm trying to run an R151F  from an HZJ73 Land Cruiser, mated to a VW 1.9TDI, using a Diesel Conversion Specialists adapter for the 22R/W56.

If I go Advance Adapters R150/R151 to W56/22RE bellhousing, I will run into compatibility issues between the two different adapter kits at either end of the bellhousing. The Advance Adapters kit works fine if you are going straight to the crankshaft of the 22R, but the very nice looking Diesel Conversion Specialists ALH 1.9TDI to W56 adapter kit includes a special crank adapter hub with a pressed in pilot bearing. the advance adapters w56 bellhousing to R15#F series transmission includes a special extended pilot BUSHING. This does not appear compatible with the Diesel Conversion Specialists pilot BEARING style 6061 T6 crank hub adapter.

my only option this route is see if they can make it with an extended snout / register for the pilot bearing, being 15 mm further back protruding towards the transmission. Obviously the 22RTE R151F bellhousing will work better/easier here....

If I were going with an AHU TDI conversion, I could just use the ACME ADAPTERS kit, but the flywheels are different ALH to AHU.

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