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Re: What rear end mounted 2-speed O/D's --

Postby pdq67 » Sat May 13, 2017 10:29 am

Jack,

I just PM'd you about buying your B&J 2-speed.

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Re: What rear end mounted 2-speed O/D's --

Postby pdq67 » Sun May 14, 2017 2:24 pm

Jack,

I want to buy the 2-speed!

Get back to me.

$350 and shipping?

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Re: What rear end mounted 2-speed O/D's --

Postby pdq67 » Thu Jun 15, 2017 11:03 pm

PackardV8 wrote:
I will buy a B & J unit IF I ever see one at a swap meet!

OK, done deal. I've got a B&J unit ready to crate up and ship, $350.

jack vines


Jack,

I got it.

You ever figure out how it shifted, OR was shifted??

I assume that it is ready to run, right??

Please get back to me.

Thanks,

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Re: What rear end mounted 2-speed O/D's --

Postby pdq67 » Sun Jun 18, 2017 8:36 pm

I just got done taking it apart.

It is so simple, it's amazing!

The reason I didn't catch how it shifted was because the shift slider rod was all the way in and when I grabbed the bolt in it, it turned so I just didn't realize that all I had to do was push/pull it to shift the planetary gear dog clutches.

Sucker is heavy tho... I would say like 65 to 70 pounds or so? As well as long...

I'm thinking about a way to mount it to the front of a 12-bolt? Probably cut it down and add plates on both ends so that with a coupler, it will mount to the rear end.

Then figure out a way to do the same thing with the drive shaft u-joint end.

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