FJ60 4 speed to BJ40 speed (1 Viewer)

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I have a FJ 60 gas and I want to put a BJ 3B motor to go with my 4 speed trans in my FJ.

what does it take to bolt up trans to engine ?
 
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the input shafts on your gas tranny will not mate you do need the bellhousing pressure plate clutch fork and throw out bearing that EXMODLAD has. hey EXMODLAD i have an 84 bj motor and transmission that i put into my fj . how much would you sell the h55 and transfer case for?
 
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the input shafts on your gas tranny will not mate you do need the bellhousing pressure plate clutch fork and throw out bearing that EXMODLAD has. hey EXMODLAD i have an 84 bj motor and transmission that i put into my fj . how much would you sell the h55 and transfer case for?

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the input shafts on your gas tranny will not mate you do need the bellhousing pressure plate clutch fork and throw out bearing that EXMODLAD has. hey EXMODLAD i have an 84 bj motor and transmission that i put into my fj.

Is this an FJ40 or FJ60? The H55/split case does not have the e-brake provision on the transfer case like 1980 and earlier FJ40's. You would either need to buy a transfer case e-brake kit from someone like SOR or get an early BJ40 tranny (hard to find in the US/Canada but I have one available) that mates to the older single piece transfer case so you can retain the FJ40 transfer case driveline e-brake.

Not trying to jump on exmolad's sale. I just want to be sure you understand the differences.
 
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Is this an FJ40 or FJ60? The H55/split case does not have the e-brake provision on the transfer case like 1980 and earlier FJ40's. You would either need to buy a transfer case e-brake kit from someone like SOR or get an early BJ40 tranny (hard to find in the US/Canada but I have one available) that mates to the older single piece transfer case so you can retain the FJ40 transfer case driveline e-brake.

Not trying to jump on exmolad's sale. I just want to be sure you understand the differences.

Good points ...i would lien towards the transfer case E brake kit as the early BJ 40/42 4 spds and t cases are hard to find.. espesially when you break one...the later parts are a still a little easier to come across

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