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Willys Jeep Transmission Overdrive And Shifter on

US $280.00

Bluemont, Virginia, United States

Bluemont, Virginia, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Warn Warranty:No Placement on Vehicle:Front Country/Region of Manufacture:United States

Warn Overdrive - taken from a CJ3B. I acquired this with a transmission/transfer case I needed. Open it and inspected. I ordered a new oil scoop.. I have not installed it so I don't know anything abut the performance. Worst case it would need a total rebuild; best case only a new gasket set. It all appears good and turns smoothly and shifts smoothly. Comes with a shifter.

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