H50 tranny

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Hello, came across with this Toyota Dyna
H50 tranny with what it looks like an identical FJ pre 1979 transfercase attached to it!!!!
Before trying to buy it I would like to ask if this set up will accept my 3B engine? Meaning using my bell housing, clutch, etc.
I thought about it being a 5 speed transmission.
Thanks for the input.

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Doesnt look like a B series input shaft, looks like a F or H motor.
 
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What engine did the Dyna have? I agree with Hulsty, looks like an 11 spline shaft
Thanks for the input guys, I do not know what type of engine it had.
Check the input shaft of My diesel tranny and you guys are absolutely right! Different splines.
No bueno for my application.
Cheers!!!
 
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It most likely had a 2H engine, most of them were made about 82-84
I have an HJ47 with a 2H engine 4speed tranny and it has the split transfercase.
Nevar saw a 5 speed with the one piece transfercase like this one. I thought the 2H used the same transmission the 3B has. They look identical even the support underneath where it seats on the crossmember.
 
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I have an HJ47 with a 2H engine 4speed tranny and it has the split transfercase.
Nevar saw a 5 speed with the one piece transfercase like this one. I thought the 2H used the same transmission the 3B has. They look identical even the support underneath where it seats on the crossmember.

Years ago I had an 84 dyna truck and when I had the gearbox rebuilt, the mechanic told me he could see no reason why a landcruiser t/case could not be fitted to the H50
 
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Column shift for the gearbox? Mine was a 5 sp column shift. They are ok but when the parts wear out, its hardly worth replacing them . When mine got a bit sloppy I added some braces. I imagine LHD would be better, because the RHD models had the linkages changing sides twice.
The early models were almost impossible to engage reverse for 6 foot drivers because the gearstick on the column would be where your leg should be letting the clutch out.
 
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When I had an LV, I was researching the possibility of converting an H55F to retain the column shift. That explains why the H50 kept popping up in my digging around.
 
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