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4.7 Marlin Crawler
« on: Jan 13, 2003, 11:51:34 PM »
Ok I ran across a guy who totalled his truck. He has a 89 4cyl manual tranny. I have a 92 v6 manual tranny. He is selling his 4.7 marlin crawler and everything else. My question is: :help:
(1) Will his transfer case will fit my v6 manual tranny or if I need an adaptor? I want a more upgradable and stronger transfer case.
(2) Will my rear drive shaft need to be modified?Also, I am assuming the 4.7 crawler is the gear kit for the transfer case.
(3) And lastly...he has 5.29 gears with lockers in the diffs. Will those gears fit my truck with the v6. I know the IFS front is 7.5 and rear is 8 and I figured they would fit, but not completely sure.

Thanks for your help.  :up:
« Last Edit: Dec 31, 1969, 04:00:00 PM by 1056988800 »
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Re: 4.7 Marlin Crawler
« Reply #1 on: Jan 14, 2003, 12:14:11 AM »
Ok I answered one question...I do need an adaptor for the gear drive transfer case...$349 from Marlin..mark that Q off the list. Of course...with the adaptor and new transfer case will the drive shaft need to be modified?
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Re: 4.7 Marlin Crawler
« Reply #2 on: Jan 14, 2003, 12:58:01 AM »
I know the rear dif will fit no prob.  Not sure about the IFS stuff.
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'84 X-TRA cab, 5.29 Front F-J80 high pinion e-locker/5.29 rear Tacoma e-locker, R.O.R.E. e-locker skid plates, MC dual t-case #480, MC 4.70 gears #1755, Budbuilt crossmember, MC crossover steering, Howe hydro-assist steering, Alcan springs with Orbit Eyes, FRORF full floater, TRD cam, LC Engineering adjustable cam gear, distributer, solid steel engine mounts, longfields, 35"x13.5 BFG Krawlers.

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Re: 4.7 Marlin Crawler
« Reply #3 on: Jan 14, 2003, 03:01:41 AM »
cool..thanks...im actually thinking about buying the whole truck now and piecing it out. I'm prolly gonna stick with 4.56 or eventually 4.88's and stay on 33's. They work good for me. So right now Im gonna look at selling stuff off and buying the adaptor for the crawler gears and the 4cyl transfer case. He also has the e-brake and x-member from all-pro. So I could get some good stuff and sell the rest and end up a little better than buying all separate.  ;)
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