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Old 20th February 2009, 08:43   #76
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Dear FK,
Fact of the matter is I have been living night and day in suspense reg. my other, thanks mainly to the painter. Now it is done and will feature in the forum this weekend or latest by next week, as there are finishing touches to be done.
How did you know it is orange?
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dear fazal,

thats an excellent jeep you have there. Sad you let it go, now we are waiting for your other creation. you have been holding us in suspense for quite long now. Time for the pictures of the orange one.

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Old 20th February 2009, 09:12   #77
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Can anyone helpme reg. the difference between a Borg warner transfer case and the other kind which I think would be BA-10, I recently picked up a BA-10/5 with alumunium auxillary case, also what is the difference between BA-10 and BA-10/5, please pardon me for deviating from the original theme on this thread.

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This is my MM540. Mods include DI Turbo Engine, 5 Speed Gearbox with Borg Warner T-Case, etc ...
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Fazal,

BA 10 is the name of the 5 speed gear box and brog warner is the transfer case. The other one which you find on old jeeps is the T-18 transfer case which is gear driven and very strong. Brog warner is chain driven and makes less noise. The shift quality is much better needless to say!

The gear box which you picked already has brog warner transfer case in it. How much did u pick that for? It is quite rare?

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Fazal,

BA 10 is the name of the 5 speed gear box and brog warner is the transfer case. The other one which you find on old jeeps is the T-18 transfer case which is gear driven and very strong. Brog warner is chain driven and makes less noise. The shift quality is much better needless to say!

The gear box which you picked already has brog warner transfer case in it. How much did u pick that for? It is quite rare?

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More importantly, how much did you get it for?
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Killer jeep samurai!!! All your efforts are showing. Nothing to beat a short chassis jeep in looks department!

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Wow Samurai,

So you finally got a Winch. Please post some more details about it (which manufacturer, costs etc) As usual your JEEP looks lovely.

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Samurai,

I must say that your jeep has come a long way from the original pictures you posted when you bought the jeep. Great job !!
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So you finally got a Winch. Please post some more details about it (which manufacturer, costs etc) As usual your JEEP looks lovely.
Specs: | Ramsey Winch |

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Killer jeep samurai!!! All your efforts are showing. Nothing to beat a short chassis jeep in looks department!
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I must say that your jeep has come a long way from the original pictures you posted when you bought the jeep. Great job !!
Thanks guys. To be frank, in the looks department I only added the alloys, winch and replaced windshield frame.
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Specs: | Ramsey Winch |


Thanks guys. To be frank, in the looks department I only added the alloys, winch and replaced windshield frame.
Samurai, u forgot you got your jeep painted once, procured a nice top as well!!
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Samurai, u forgot you got your jeep painted once, procured a nice top as well!!
No, I didn't get it painted, where did you hear that? That was just rust proofing the open metal parts. The top was installed even before I took delivery.
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Fazal,

BA 10 is the name of the 5 speed gear box and brog warner is the transfer case. The other one which you find on old jeeps is the T-18 transfer case which is gear driven and very strong. Brog warner is chain driven and makes less noise. The shift quality is much better needless to say!

The gear box which you picked already has brog warner transfer case in it. How much did u pick that for? It is quite rare?

regards vinod
Vinod,
Thanks for the info, I got it for 38 thousand which I understand is less as the market is short of these geraboxes. On the main gearbox is a small plate that has BA-10/5 printed on it, my queiry is what is the /5 for?
Is it for 5 speed or do all BA-10's have the /5 on them?
How is Borg Warner superior, other than the chain driven mechanism?
Somehow I felt the cast iron transfer case was more rugged is it so?
Sorry, Vinod no more questions for now.
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More importantly, how much did you get it for?
Red Liner,
As I replied to Vinod, 38 tousand is what I paid for it. Just curious, why was the price most important?
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Samurai,
A very smart and well done up Jeep, very nice in black and what a Jeep should be, it is!

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But that's a Bolero, not a Jeep.
so :( hmmm cannot post pics of Gurkha here...
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my queiry is what is the /5 for?
Is it for 5 speed or do all BA-10's have the /5 on them?
/5 is for 5 speed GB. A four speed version identified by /4 was used on the Peugeot 505.
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