- May 6, 2022
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- 2.3 (4 Cylinder)
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Thank you for checking. That first number resolves to an ebay listing, so presumably those parts might pop up from time to time.These are made by IRVIN transfer case boot 277532 the bezel 27624 1 shifter boot I have 3 they appear to be identical 276237 and 276490 third one has no visible number. Like another said get some belting , mud flap or some kind of softer rubber and cut one out. If you need measurements , I'll gladly get them for you . Good luck
Flat rubber sheet works fine for the trans shifter, and I plan to buy the 6L5Z-7277-C next time I'm down by the dealer, but now that we're talking about it, I don't really have a great solution for sealing the t-case shifter. Unlike the trans, the t-case shifter needs to move something like 3" forward and back, so without a bunched up/accordion boot, you kind of have to cut a 3" long hole in whatever you're using. IIRC my Jeep has something like plastic brush bristles turned sideways filling the gap, but that also has less air flowing in because the shifters are built into the center console.
I can't follow that link, and I'm also curious what trans/t-case/shifter combo you have. I have an M5OD with the stock shifter, and a BW1354 manual with the shifter snapped off, so I literally have a piece of 1/2" pipe jammed over what was left and welded in place. So it's twice as wide as the t-case shifter ought to be, and I still don't have any interference, although it is very close.I've considered something like this.
My problem is that using the shifters I have causes issues. 2nd gear is blocked by the tcase shifter in low range.