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Old 12-10-2008
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needing transfer case

is the transfer case off a 3.0 the same as off the 4.0 cause i am needing one bad my truck has been down for a week already for the rearend being out i didnt know it f***ed up the tranfer case. But all the spider gears were shattered and the ring and pinion were stripped of some teeth
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BW 1354. Same on all engines.
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so it will bolt up
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The only difference is before the t case at the adapter housing.

http://www.therangerstation.com/tech...sferCases.html
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ok so i dont have to get a different tranny tail
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Nope.
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You can use a 1350 as well, 1354 is stronger though
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ok cause mine lost power to the rear axle but still has power to the front so i dont know what is wrong with it
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well i got a used one off ebay and got it put on talk about a pain in my *** it did not want to work with me at all but i got it on and its workin just like its supposed to
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yeah try takin off that then tranny hahaa worst 4 days of work in my life,, and all the beer i had to buy, hahaa glad u fied ur prollem
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Old 12-24-2008
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oh i have pulled it and the tranny all before but that was in a shop this was in my grandmas garage this time so it was not fun and all the dried mudd that was caked up under the truck did not help
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eh they are easy. ive had mine out 4 times, last time i swapped it in 45mins
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