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  • Moved onto the Transfer Case,

    The Green Bible proved to be vary helpful throughout the disassembly of the transfer case.

    I feel it's important to document this work for those folks who are going through this process either now or in the future.

    If this thread is no longer of interest I can stop.

    Additionally when I started this thread I did not realize that there was a project thread, so if the moderators want to move it, I totally understand.

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    1963 Series II A 88

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    • Keep posting, I’m following along!
      - Rover Owner

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      • Good grief, please don't stop. These threads are priceless for so many others.


        Colin
        A common mistake that people make when trying to design something completely foolproof is to underestimate the ingenuity of complete fools.

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        • Now that I'm a U-Joint, I would never think of stopping!

          Seriously thank you all for your continued support..

          Scott,
          1963 Series II A 88

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          • Originally posted by Scotty View Post
            Moved onto the Transfer Case,

            If this thread is no longer of interest I can stop.[/ATTACH][/URL]
            What kind of comment is that!?
            I'd much rather read about you fixing your Rover in sunny fricking California (while I throw another log on the stove), than go outside and crawl around on mine while the temperature hovers in the teens.

            But, please more step-by-step pics.

            1969 Marine Blue Bugeye

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            • LOL, It's not always 70 degrees here in sunny Calif. Yesterday it was 77

              On a more serious note, my heart and prayers go out to all of you who are either suffering or know some who is from the rain, floods and fires.

              Scotty
              1963 Series II A 88

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              • I have completed the gearbox & transfer case teardown and inspection. I have reconditioned those parts which I could. If you'll remember, this truck sat in a guys backyard for 30 some odd years, and the gearbox was open. I'll display photos in 3 category's. Previous photos, good parts & bad parts.

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                1963 Series II A 88

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                • Good Parts:

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                  1963 Series II A 88

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                  • Bad Parts:

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                    1963 Series II A 88

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                    • As you see, I have a lot of expensive parts to buy. I'll start by rebuilding the transfer case, then I'll move to the bell housing. I have sorted a good replacement gear box from a 109, six cyl. Ill need to swap the bell housing, and I'll need my transfer case.

                      If I purchase new old stock these parts will cost about $1500.00, and If I choose to go this direction, when it's complete I'll know the gearbox is new. The good news is that I can buy these parts over the next several months, so the impact to the budget wont be so bad..

                      Thx

                      Scott
                      1963 Series II A 88

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