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Superduty Transfer case in a OBS

Okay I know a 4R100 will bolt up & Aljay said that the bolt pattern is the same on the T-Case. So could I find a Superduty Transfer Case & put it on my OBS without changing the drive shaft legnths?


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Re: Superduty Transfer case in a OBS

Whats wrong with your t-case.

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Re: Superduty Transfer case in a OBS

I'm bored & want a lower low-range! The Superduty transfer cases have a crazy low range, it's something like 6.something to 1


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Re: Superduty Transfer case in a OBS

I think the rear would have to be retubed. S/D T-case iirc is longer on the back side. I don't work on trucks anymore so I am not for sure.
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Re: Superduty Transfer case in a OBS

Okay, how hard is it to convert a ESOF T-case back to a older shifter?


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Okay, how hard is it to convert a ESOF T-case back to a older shifter?
I have not looked at that sooo. I can't give a diff. answer. I will look when I get home .Should be Texas bound Mon. I will get back to ya on this unless another chimes in.

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Re: Superduty Transfer case in a OBS

I've looked at the ESOF out of a truck but not the manual. I hope it's something simple like pulling off the solonoid or something like that. I have seen those go for pretty cheap.


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I've looked at the ESOF out of a truck but not the manual. I hope it's something simple like pulling off the solonoid or something like that. I have seen those go for pretty cheap.
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