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#51 WAWalker


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Posted 07 March 2014 - 04:06 PM

Ok here are some new pics.


Transfer case...late model on the left...early on the right.




Tail housing.



Output shaft and VC as seen with tail housing removed.




Left to right.  Viscous Coupler, Output shaft, Transfer Case housing.




This is the early model.  The VC looks a little different than the late model unit.


As stated above the early model VC are not as pron to failure as the later ones, and they can be used on a late model transmission if the entire Transfer Case is swapped over.  Still a pretty straight forward job.  Just have to be sure to get the shift rod in the transfer case properly engaged with the shift rails in the transmission. 



Sorry...don't know why the pics showed up so small and the edges of the last pic are cut off.  Go to my gallery to see larger, complete pics.


I've been away for a long time...everything that was in my gallery is gone...I'm a little rusty at uploading and posting pics...and shorter on time than I once was.  Hope this helps.

Edited by WAWalker, 07 March 2014 - 04:13 PM.

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