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actually aren't the transfer cases in our trucks chain driven......i would like to think that the gears in the diffs were stronger than a chain...
You and/or someone else are gonna have to educate me on that. I really don't know much about the TC internals.
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ive done 65 down the highway in loose and hardpack snow, no problems in both my 2000 and 2005 rangers.
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You and/or someone else are gonna have to educate me on that. I really don't know much about the TC internals.
i know that the older New Process transfer cases were gear driven, but i think they did away with them in the late '70s early '80s......that is 1 reason the NP205 is such a sought after transfer case....

here is an exploded view of the manual Borg Warner 1354 manual transfer case....there isn't a difference in this verse the electric except for how it shifts.......and there isn't much difference in the internals of of the 1350 either....they are chain driven...
http://www.therangerstation.com/tech...nual_TCase.pdf
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i know that the older New Process transfer cases were gear driven, but i think they did away with them in the late '70s early '80s......that is 1 reason the NP205 is such a sought after transfer case....

here is an exploded view of the manual Borg Warner 1354 manual transfer case....there isn't a difference in this verse the electric except for how it shifts.......and there isn't much difference in the internals of of the 1350 either....they are chain driven...
http://www.therangerstation.com/tech...nual_TCase.pdf
Good stuff, thanks for the link.

Looking at the diagram and based on what my neighbor told me, I would guess that the "out shafts" (#s 19, 52) and maybe the "drive/driven sprockets" (#s 23, 44) are some of what got wasted inside his TC.
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Good stuff, thanks for the link.

Looking at the diagram and based on what my neighbor told me, I would guess that the "out shafts" (#s 19, 52) and maybe the "drive/driven sprockets" (#s 23, 44) are some of what got wasted inside his TC.
i could see were the sprockets got trashed......the teeth on them probably are not very thick steel.....probably just got sheered off...
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