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Old 02-17-2007, 10:04 PM   #1
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transfer case

I own a 96 silverado with a newprocess 241c transfer case the chain broke looking to replace transfer case what other models will work? which one is stronger i dont want to replace the tranfer case every time i play.
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Re: transfer case

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I own a 96 silverado with a newprocess 241c transfer case the chain broke looking to replace transfer case what other models will work? which one is stronger i dont want to replace the tranfer case every time i play.
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Re: transfer case

update: total rebuild with offroad chain new shift fork and gears. works good now but am having another proble i think the linkage needs to be adjusted the front diff only engages when it wants too. I believe the swith above the linkage controls the front diff engagement motor it is electric not vaccum didnt have this problem before what does everyone think could my linkage being out of adjustment cause this problem?
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