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Old 11-06-2017, 03:00 PM   #11
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Is 3 hours of your time plus fuel worth $200.00?
I have one out of a 98 that I'll probably never use and I have not been able to sell in 3 years only 62 k on it

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Old 11-07-2017, 08:02 AM   #12
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Thanks for the offer, but I think that there're quite a few differences between your TC and the model on mine, no?

So, I think I'm going to buy the more expensive one if I can confirm the low mileage.
The only concern I actually have with this is what risks do I take with a TC that old (2004) and low miles? I.e. rotten seals, oil pump and filter, oil getting old, etc.

Is it a no-brainer to just bolt it up under the truck?

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I just ordered the case. It'll be delivered tomorrow. I'll post pictures when I get it.
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New one is here!
Looks nice, input shaft seal in great shape and it even came with a shift motor.
I’m happy.




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I looked for any information about bolt torque for the transfer case to transmission.
The only thing I found was a little ambiguous and said that itís 25-35 lb-ft.
Is that correct?

I found that info here.

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My FSM also says 25-35, so what you found is correct.
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