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Anyone running a Brabnod trans?

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by 70~K5, Apr 29, 2002.

  1. 70~K5

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    Anyone running the Brabnod 4 speed between their trans and TC?
     
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    anyone have any info on these?
     
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    I know I want one real bad
    and that it is the aux side of an eaton 18speed
     
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    Here is a little info from google. Sounds cool. Like a 203 range box for a doubler but with 4 gears ranging from 3.2? up to 0.74 (or something like that. On page said 4" long and 8" across. I want one too.

    "Brabnod's" Mountain Gear. Don Scoggins. Shop: 970-243-0072 fax: 970-243-0740. E-mail: brabnod@gj.net.
     
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    What little I've found said it's an air shifted 4 speed aux. Sounds like the back half of a spicer 4x4 married box. Drove a truck for a while that had one of those. Shift the main box with the stick and shift the 4 speed brownie with a air shifter on the knob.
     
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    There was a big write up in one of the mags a few years back, think it was 4x4 power, what ever it was I have the issue, just dont feel like looking for it right now. It was air shifted, they made the tranny and used big rig gears in it. They also offered a smaller one speed box that could bolt between the tranny and tcase that offered either a reduction or an overdrive if I remember correctly. The pics in the magazine showed it installed on a Ranger and it was pretty good size.

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