Home

The Old CJ2A Page Message Archive



Please see Questions and Answers for some topics that frequently appear on this board. As you can see, this board loads rather slowly. If you are posting something for sale, please remember to include your location since someone who might otherwise be interested might not be able to use a part or a vehicle that is too far away. Posting your location when you're selling something that needs to be hauled will save everyone's time (and reduce the number of posts on this already too-slow message board). Thanks.

Questions and Answers
Return to The CJ2A Home Page
Re: overdrive

[ The Old CJ2A Page Message Archive ]

Posted by Bill Goodwin on June 17, 2005 at 23:31:39:

In Reply to: Posted by on June 11, 2005 at 20:16:39:

: Thanks Bill-- we are going to remove the cover and be sure of the teeth count, then order the unit. The homemade piece you wrote about--it this something that I need to fabricate or does Herm include it?

: Thanks

: Chris

:
: : Overdrive is the way to go. On installing It's simple with the body off. With body on it's fun. Installing the linkage is the hard part. Little room for you fingers to make the connections. I found the shifter that Herm supplyed needed to be bent as not to hit the dash when engaged. you will need to cut a hole in the transmission cover for the lever. Herm supplys the hole cover. Be sure to read his instructions and that you understand how the lock washer inside goes on. Be sure you install the long homemade peice as this supplys oil to the rear of the unit. If like me the instructions seemed vague at first-re read tnem and it will come to you. If at any time you are not sure - Ask. Herm and the rest of us will help you. Bill

Herm supplys the homemade long part for oiling the rear of the unit. Bill




Follow Ups




[ The Old CJ2A Page Message Archive ]