View Full Version : Electronic to Manual 4x4 Conversion
01-29-2008, 03:45 PM
I'm new at this but here goes, I'm making plans to convert my 1993 Ranger
Electronic 4x4 to a manual 4x4...I've had nothing but problems with it. I was told that I can use a B2 driveshaft for this. What model years of B2 can I use that will bolt up to my 1350 Borg Warner T-case. Any info would help.
01-30-2008, 12:27 PM
Is your 1993 Ranger still stock? If it is, you have a 1354 t-case, not a 1350.
01-30-2008, 01:18 PM
And if it is a elec 1354 you can swap in a manual 1350 t-case but make sure you get the driveshaft with the 3 1/2in u joint and you will probably have to shorten it a few inches. If you have a lift you may not have to I'm swappin one in today and will find out how much it needs to be shortened if any.
01-30-2008, 01:27 PM
Well, if it is an electric 1354 he can do a direct bolt-in swap for the manual 1354.
I guess that's why I'm wondering...because if he's already got an electric 1350, he could just swap in a manual 1350.
02-01-2008, 12:40 AM
It is stock and yes I do have a 1354 T-case, but I just purchased a 1350 T-case for
50 bucks. I've had problems with the 1354 and when I talked with our local Ford dealer, parts department, they said that basicially the only difference between the two was a slight upgrade.
02-01-2008, 12:45 AM
Were they talking about the 1350 and 1354 t-cases? If so yes there was an upgrade but also the front outputs are COMPLETELY different as the 1354 has a flange that the driveshaft bolts to and the 1350 has a slip yoke that the driveshaft slides into so your gonna have to find a driveshaft from a vehicle with a 1350 and measure it to make sure its the right length and has the right size u-joint for the front diff.
02-01-2008, 12:52 AM
Oh yea and make sure you get the right shift linkage as there were a few different lengths and make sure the rear output flange on the t-case is the same as yours, if not you can unbolt yours with a thin walled 30mm socket and bolt it to the 1350. One more thing you will need the tranny to t-case bolts from a vehicle with a 1350 beacuse the 1354 bolts have a different thread pitch and after going to the junkyard twice and not finding any I bought some 3/8 and 1 3/4 length bolts which worked peferfectly.I just finished swapping in a 1350 t-case in my explorer tonight but I still have to find the right shift lnkage.
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