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Old 04-07-2018, 09:06 PM   #21
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The fun continues, but I'm happy to report that the transfer case saga may have ended. It's been repaired by combining the best parts from two different ones. The suspect in my original one was the planatary gear set end play and loose bushing. After discovering that the replacement was over $700 due to the fact that it incorporates a power take off gear, I went looking for another whole t/c. A post on a local Face Book 4wd buy/sell page quickly got me a used one for $100, it was reported to be a working takeout. It was filthy both inside and out, but it had some good parts, so I put the non PTO planitary set, and the aluminum shift forks in my old case that seemed to have better bearings too. After buying a Harbor freight transmission jack and modifying it, I got the T/C back in and today took it out for a sea trial. It shifts fine, and seems to hold in 4 low. There's a construction site just above my house, and they have been blasting home sites out of solid rock for over a year. Lots of steep inclines and big rocks to climb over. I'm happy to report that all is well............sorta "Sorta" will be a seperate thread, "The trouble with Powerstop rotors". Thanks to all who provided transfer case advice.
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Old 04-07-2018, 10:27 PM   #22
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Glad to hear that you got it fixed with minimal cost. May you have many appy times in 4 low.
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Old 04-15-2018, 11:02 AM   #23
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...I'm happy to report that the transfer case saga may have ended.... I'm happy to report that all is well............sorta "Sorta" will be a seperate thread, "The trouble with Powerstop rotors". Thanks to all who provided transfer case advice.
I'm glad you got the t-case sorted out and repaired

I wonder what a BW1356 transfer gearcase with a power take off was originally used in? Tow truck?
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Old 04-15-2018, 11:30 AM   #24
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[QUOTE=TomsBeast I wonder what a BW1356 transfer gearcase with a power take off was originally used in? Tow truck?[/QUOTE]

From what I can tell, it's mostly used for running hydraulic pumps. Pumps that can be used for about anyting you can think of from dump beds, or snow plows to winches. Some PTO's seem to run anytime 4wd is engaged, others have a clutch.
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