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Hey Rick- I'm in need of a transfer case rebuilld kit, and I read somewhere that you're the man to talk to about it. I tried looking you up over on pirate, and here, but couldn't find you registered. Anyways. PM me, or respond with info- I'm getting ready to tear this thing apart.
Thanks-
Zipp.
 
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I have a question as well for rick d. &nbsp:Do you have a bolt that goes to the PTO cable clamp?? Had mine on the bumper and i drove off with it still on the bumper, not going to find it again. Also could you identify the year of this case?? http://www.garlic.com/~mjstone/tcase
Thanks.

Travis
 
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Re: Paging:  Rick D

I think Rick D. is out of town, least I havn't heard from him sense last thursday.

John H
 
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Re: Paging:  Rick D

I am back from house hunting in Tucson. Guys, the stuff on the list on the "roger roger" page is all I have left and I am moving and really not restarting the business.

I have a 4sp t-case OH kit here if excited.

rick
 
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Re: Paging:  Rick D

I hadn't heard that- sorry to bother you and single you out. Thanks for the offer for the 4spd OH, but I've got a 3spd. Hooray for the 1969 brittle case!
Thanks-
Zipp.
 
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unless I am missing something.

a 3sp t-case uses thrust washers 90209-25006 and 4sp uses -25001 (2 for each case).

output shaft (tranny bearing) is different (3 sp is 97103-06306). And this too would change for a sm420 application!

other than that, idler shaft, needle bearings, output t-case bearings, seals, gaskets etc are identical between a 3sp overhaul kit and a 4sp OH kit.

if you want it, I still have it.
 

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