47RH Auto OD from 1994 - 1995 Cummins equipped Dodge Ram. You'll need the Dodge Cummins flywheel adapter, flex plate & starter. Pressure switches can be used to activate overdrive and torque converter lock-up. IIRC cost of switches, wiring, etc. is about ~$100.or is there any other overdrive autos that can mate up to the 4bt? that I missed?
Transfercase should be a NV241 with 2.72:1 low. In case you're not familiar, the NV241 is a stronger version of the Jeep/Dodge NV231. It could be a NV241DLD or NV241DHD. I believe the DHD is PTO capable. The NV241 input shafts have different spline counts dependent upon application. Be sure to get one that matches the 47RH output. Some NV241 transfercases came factory equipped with a fixed rear yoke that would be beneficial with the short TJ rear driveshaft. I run a fixed yoke on the NP231 in my XJ with 5" lift.Do you know what transfer case came with the 47RH? or what ratios it has? Because I called a local yard and they had a 1994 4x2 and a 95 4x4 though he couldn't tell me it they where the diesel or not.
CRD libby's aren't the only ones.... they use the 545RFE in all of the 99-06 grand cherokees, dakotas, etc... 4.0L or 4.7L