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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 01-18-2008, 10:45 PM Thread Starter
 
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Busted up t-case

I thaught some of you would like to see what a gernaded transfer case looked like, so i thaught i would post some pics. not sure exactlly what happened but whatever it was was not good.



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Nice, how'd ya manage that Moose?
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Bet that scarred the he!! out of you!
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Must a 2002 year thing mine did it and a friend of mine has done it.
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yeah the drive shaft hit the floor board hard enough to throw my knee into the steering wheel and foot off the accelerator. i was hauling a load of bulls to denver for a cattle show and that darn thing decided to come apart at the 242 mile marker in Iowa City so i didnt make it lol. ill let you know what had caused the problem after i get it out of the truck.
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Must a 2002 year thing mine did it and a friend of mine has done it.

I hope you're wrong.
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Must a 2002 year thing mine did it and a friend of mine has done it.
I hope you are wrong too... Geez... I've got a 2002 as well... I'm up to 118K miles without a problem...

Wow! I'm sure must of scary the poo out of you when it exploded! :wow

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Well mine has the rear outshaft seal leaking more than ever and there is a wierd amount of play in the rear driveshaft now at the T-case. And it's driving like a u-joint is out. :shrug:

And this is just as of the last few days too.

Hopefully it's just a u-joint or the carrier bearing, but it really feels like it's from the T-case.
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I was driving and mine made this god awefull screaming noise then pow but the drive shaft didnt hit the floor board thank god.
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when it came apart the driveshaft ripped out at trans coller return line. the end of the line is still in the trans, but i dont think it will be to hard to pull out.
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