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I have a 1993 Ranger 3.0 4x4 transfer case that I need some advise on. I have it out, losened all bolts, nuts etc but having trouble opening up the case. I am sure everything is lose but.... it is the original, I know, I bought the truck new. Trying to change the chain which is obviously stretched. Any suggestions on how to get it opened up?????
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Contacted someone else, my son, we resolved it over the phone thanks for looking here anyway.

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You will have to pry the case open; it will not just fall apart.

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HEY, if you need I have an extra chain I just yanked out that should be in good condition. you can have it for the price of shipping if you would like...
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I suggest you take him up on it. There's a lot of satisfaction to be had pulling Gil's chain...
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ALSO: Check this out -- http://www.explorerforum.com/forums/...d.php?t=150290

Although he never finished the thread, there's a lot of good info/pics on the 1354 and taking it apart.
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I suggest you take him up on it. There's a lot of satisfaction to be had pulling Gil's chain...
lol, man youre such a GEEK!
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lol, man youre such a GEEK!
Like just then for instance...
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Thanks, I managed to get it, just had to find the right place to pry. Wanted to be careful not to damage it that would increase my costs a lot!
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Thanks for the offer, I already had one purchased. All I have to do now is seal it up and fix a minor leak in the tranny and ready to rock and roll again.
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