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HAHAHA yup your right, if not its going to be a pain to get it off
any specific torque spec?
TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Description Nm Lb-Ft
Bolt Yoke to Coupling Shaft 5/8-18 (Dana) 201-222 148-164
Bolt Yoke to Coupling Shaft 3/4-16 238-325 175-240
Bolt Yoke to Coupling Shaft 7/8-14 339-406 250-300
Bolt Yoke to Coupling Shaft 1-20 216 160
 

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TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Description Nm Lb-Ft
Bolt Yoke to Coupling Shaft 5/8-18 (Dana) 201-222 148-164
Bolt Yoke to Coupling Shaft 3/4-16 238-325 175-240
Bolt Yoke to Coupling Shaft 7/8-14 339-406 250-300
Bolt Yoke to Coupling Shaft 1-20 216 160
do i have to torgue it like some wheel hubs? where i have to torque it down, let it lose then torque it back down?
 

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some one just posted this, but never said what transfer it is? can any one help ?
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Thats an NP208. Not quite as strong as the 1356, but still decent. Thats what I have in my 85.
AH!!!! gotcha! thank you
there was a page with all the Tcases with images but i lost the link, but yeah thats what i though it was
 

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AH!!!! gotcha! thank you
there was a page with all the Tcases with images but i lost the link, but yeah thats what i though it was
It would bolt right in, and is manual shift. @NickOille beats the living crap out of his. You would likely never harm it

The rear output yoke is standard on the older broncos, vs the flange of the later broncos.
 

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It would bolt right in, and is manual shift. @NickOille beats the living crap out of his. You would likely never harm it

The rear output yoke is standard on the older broncos, vs the flange of the later broncos.
would it just bolt in?
 

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It would bolt right in, and is manual shift. @NickOille beats the living crap out of his. You would likely never harm it

The rear output yoke is standard on the older broncos, vs the flange of the later broncos.
Still worth doing a fluid flush for it? I might rry to go for it when I flush my tranny and axles.
 

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would it just bolt in?
I think so. I havent looked at the extension housing on an automatic lately. But it should bolt right up, though driveshafts might need a bit of work. And you will have to come up with a shift linkage.
 

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I think so. I havent looked at the extension housing on an automatic lately. But it should bolt right up, though driveshafts might need a bit of work. And you will have to come up with a shift linkage.
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I think so. I havent looked at the extension housing on an automatic lately. But it should bolt right up, though driveshafts might need a bit of work. And you will have to come up with a shift linkage.
do you own a welder or know any one that can do me the favor of doing this ?
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because i have 0 friends with a welder or even worked on a transfer, and i dont want to jb weld it and have it break off

(picture from this post How to rebuild a BW1356)
 

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do you own a welder or know any one that can do me the favor of doing this ? View attachment 177558
because i have 0 friends with a welder or even worked on a transfer, and i dont want to jb weld it and have it break off

(picture from this post How to rebuild a BW1356)
I do, and would happily do it for you. But i would see if maybe a muffler shop or machine shop locally could do it. Postage from and to PR would probably be more expensive and certainly take longer.
 

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I do, and would happily do it for you. But i would see if maybe a muffler shop or machine shop locally could do it. Postage from and to PR would probably be more expensive and certainly take longer.
true but you have the experience, if you want i can ship the pump kit to you, and you can do the modification and then ill give you my adress and you can ship it here, i can pay for the postage if you wish
 

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true but you have the experience, if you want i can ship the pump kit to you, and you can do the modification and then ill give you my adress and you can ship it here, i can pay for the postage if you wish
I have never done that particular mod before but I know what needs done. Its entirely up to you.
 

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hhhmmm i need to check then
I can certainly get it done, and done right. Its really simple. Though im sure there are lots of folks here who have done it.
 
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