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I put my 85 supra 5m into an 87ifs 4x4 4cyl pickup and it worked very well. Bolted right up to trans - the rad was a bit squished but honestly one of the easier swaps ive done. And it worked awesome that motor truck combo was quick and fun and looked sharp. So id say yes to a T100 5/6/7M or 2Jzge. These I6 motors are far far more exciting than the v6 equivalents


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Sorry cant seem to find those pics but the 22r motor mounts bolt onto 5m and the front sump was several inches above the diff. I think the rest was easy enough- i did drill holes in the firewall to put a socket and extension through to bolt the trans/engine together then plugged them with rubber plugs


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I'm torn...I could easily go W-series since I already have a w58 and spec stage 5 clutch, but the R155 and RA60 trannies are definitely an upgrade worth the extra effort.
 

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Found out some really cool stuff about Aisin Warner mt's interchange. There are many options out there...

The Jeep/Dodge AX15 5-speed, the Jeep NV3550 5-speed, the Jeep NV1500, the Toyota R150F & R151F, the 87-92 Toyota Supra Turbo R154, the Isuzu AR5 and the Pontiac Solstice\Saturn Sky\Chevy Colorado\ GMC Canyon MA5 5-speeds all share the same case to bellhousing bolt pattern (Large Pattern). As such there are a number of possibilities that can be had when a 5-speed is desired.


Jeep AX5, Toyota G52, G58, W55, W56, W57 and W58 5-speeds all share a common face pattern on the case (Small pattern). As such, any 88-99 Jeep 2.5L bellhousing (NOT Dakota) will bolt a Toyota W series transmission to a 60 degree GM bolt pattern.


Input shafts lengths vary.

Pre 1995 R150\R151 = 6.5"
1996 up Toyota R series = 7.5"
AX15 = 7.875"
87-92 Turbo Supra R154 = 7.25"
AR5 = 8.2"
MA5 = 7.5"
NV3550 = 7.875"
NV1500 = 8.6"
AX5 = 7.5"
Toyota W series = 6.5"
Toyota G series = 6.5"


The transmissons and bellhousings can be split up into two categories. SHORT SHAFT\SHORT BELL and LONG SHAFT\LONG BELL. They cannot be easily mixed without modifications.

All AX15's, AR5's, MA5's, NV3550's, R154's and Toyota R150's (built after 1996) are LONG SHAFT\LONG BELL. To use one of these in a SHORT SHAFT\SHORT BELL application requires a 1" spacer available from Dellow Automotive or Castlemaine Rod Shop in Australia. Of course, any bellhousing combo one can think of is also available from them...
 

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You had me thinking for a minute with this thread, but considering production runs, I'm gonna stick to rehabbing my '89 pickup. Almost sent me down a new rabbit hole though :thumbsup:
 
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