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    Default CPS hole in bellhousing?

    Anyone ever drilled their own CPS hole in a tranny bellhousing? I exploded my TF 999 case and I found a replacement 999 but it is from an 89 and has no CPS hole. Also I beleive that my 999 case was only made for 1 year which is '91, The first F/I YJ but the last year of the 999 model tranny. From my understanding the 32RH was used in '92 and newer jeeps. The 32RH is a modernized version of the 999 and I think that means it is electronically controlled. Correct me if I'm wrong on that.
    Any help would be much appreciated on this.

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    Can you not remove the bell housing?

    If not call Novak, they can help with redrilling the CPS, or maybe give you a tip on how to do it yourself.

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    The bellhousing is part of the case so it can not be removed. Plus it is destroyed.

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    probably would be easier, although not cheaper, to get the conversion kit from AA that moves the CPS to the harmonic balancer. kinda takes the guesswork out of getting the hole in exactly the right spot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MUDMAN
    From my understanding the 32RH was used in '92 and newer jeeps. The 32RH is a modernized version of the 999 and I think that means it is electronically controlled. Correct me if I'm wrong on that.

    The "RH" in 32RH stands for rear wheel drive and hydraulically controled. The "3" means it's a three speed and the "2" is its considered strength.

    You should be able to use it unless it's a 32RE.
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    904, 999, 31RH all the same basic transmissions internally and externally. 31RE would be a different transmission as it would have an electronic govenor.
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    If everything you said about the 32RH is true than I should be able to use it as it is the same as I have now. Just a different name right?

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