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How to ID a Twin Grip

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OK, I read the whole thread, info is still good, but the original poster probably doesn't care anymore Smile


and I believe the case break for our M20's is

2.73 (a CJ ratio in the 1980's) and taller is one case

2.87 and deeper  is the other.



71 Javelin AMX P-code Go pac 360/4spd/3.91's
was Green/green now T/A red w/blk leather

88,89&98 Jeeps
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Boy time flies!  My last post was almost 4 years ago!  Since then I've replaced my 2.87's with 3.73 gears.  I also replaced the axles with Moser ones and changed out the twin grip and installed a Truetrac.  I got lucky as at some stage in the distant past one of my axles had spun but was rusted on so well I never knew.
So I can confirm that the 2.87 carriers in the Javelins are the same and all the "good" gears will fit just fine.  And they're a whole lot more fun too!

Oh.  And I never did find any letters stamped anywhere on this particular rear end.


Edited by mchaggis - Aug/14/2014 at 5:42pm
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