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  1. Its small, maybe about two to three inches up and about the length of the top portion of the well. There is definitely some filler in there that i want to remove with clean metal.
  2. I have read that good way to patch bedside fenders is to use a patch from a 2dr xj. Has anyone had any experience with this? Does using the rear fenders of a 97+ 2dr work to patch rear wheel well rot? Or just pre 97? I know someone parting out a 97+ 2dr. Thank you!
  3. Does using the rear fenders of a 97+ 2dr work to patch rear wheel well rot? Or just pre 97? I know someone parting out a 97+ 2dr. Thank you!
  4. Thank you! That’s what I’ll do. Does a combination of a BA10 with a NP231 put the shifters in different locations than an AX15 and a 231? As of now it seems as though a full size console does not fit over the shifter and 4x4 shifter properly. I was thinking of swapping in my ax15 and 231 now.
  5. I have a 1989 Comanche that was converted from a 2WD auto to 4WD 4x4 and the PO cut a much larger hole in the floor than needed likely to make it easier for themselves. As we know, that makes things more difficult for the new owner. I am looking to build up from the top of a BA10/5 to fit into a full size console. I do have an AX15 as well and plan to switch to it one day. Would someone be able to help me with what parts are needed and if I will have to buy them used or if i can get them new meant for another model Jeep? I added a picture below so you can see the hole. I think i need an inner boot, shifter floor plate, bezel, and outer boot. But i am not sure what is compatible in terms of parts from other models. I really hoping to find the correct shifter floor plate to see if i need to weld any remaining holes. The goal is to fit the 4x4 shifter and the manual shifter into a full size console. Thank you in advance!
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