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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-10-2007, 12:22 AM Thread Starter
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Unhappy Broke out-put shaft on transfer case

Does anyone know of a place to get a heavy duty out-put shaft for a 241 transfer case? Broke off just at the end of the bearing in the tail shaft. Also does the drive shaft have to have the vibration damper like ring on the slip yoke?
As the rubber that holds it to the yoke let go.
Or is there a heavy duty transfer case that fits on a NV4500

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You can get the much larger much stronger 271 out of a 3rd gen dodge and swap it in, thats what I did since I broke my output back in July.

its a fairly straight forward swap, gotta get a new slip yoke to fit the huge t-case, and have you d-shaft shortened and the new slip yoke put on. other than that the linkage and t-case bolt right up, but the vacuum disconnect for the front axle wont work with the 271 because the newer trucks have the front axle locked ALL the time
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Could always go with a stak or Atlas transfercase.. cost a bit more but should be way stouter than the stocker..

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If it is the 241DLD, then you can upgrade to the 241DHD transfer case. Direct swap except the yoke is different because the output of the DHD is bigger

If you dont have traction bars, you might want to get them, or this may happen again. Sled pulling puts a helluva strain on the joints/ slip yoke output shaft. If you already have bars, and they are shackled, then un-shackle them, and make them solid, as this can cause output shaft breakage/other stuff breakage as well.

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Red face Shackled??

What do mean "shackled"? I do have traction bars from the bottom of the axel to the frame. About 60 inches up. and the rear end is blocked up "can't come down. Was pulling on a sled that let you go as fast as you can, but when the pan drops it does not matter how fast or how heavy, you will stop.:smoke :smoke

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