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Ford Ranger 1992 Trans Problem

February 11, 2015 - Author: bartbarton

I have a Ranger 1992 4.0L 4WD

Question:My neighbor and I are feeling ambitious; it was ran without oil, the bearing on the input shaft got really hot and the input shaft twisted off. We’ve decided to repair vice get one from the junkyard; it’s a 92, what have I got to lose? We’ve got all the gears and bearings removed from the main shaft on the back end, but can’t figure out to remove the main shaft from the housing. The end of the input shift (pc 5) is in the way; we’ve removed the clip (pc 8) and are now at a stand still.

Answer:   The broken piece of the input shaft needs to come off of the end of the mainshaft in order to get the mainshaft out of the main case of the transmission. I assume it is stuck on there due to being burnt up? This is usually what happens. They may be welded together and may not come apart without a torch.  You can see the other parts we can supply for your Ford transmission on our site.

Give Scott a call toll free 888-824-2012 if you need additional help or parts.


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Short Through Shifter for Chevrolet 2001 6.6L

August 26, 2014 - Author: bartbarton

I have a 3/4 ton Chevrolet Silverado 6.6L manual transmission 4WD.

Question:  I was wondering if I shortshifter_2_lgcould use a ford zf shifter stub assembly in my chevy. Just the stub and “square ring” with the two pins going through it. will that fit in my gm stub top half assembly. I know ones 6 bolt and ones 4 bolt. I’d like the shifter stub more toward my leg wear the ford’s is located. I was thinking I could mix and match one of ur short throw kits. Gm 4 bolt flange with the for stub and I’ll make a shifter with a weighted knob. Any help would be appreciated.

Answer:  The stubs will not interchange but you could heat and modify your original stub.  If you would like more information give Scott or Dan a call toll free 888-824-2012 he can help you



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Clicking Noise 1989 Blazer

August 6, 2014 - Author: bartbarton

I have a Chevrolet Blazer 1989 with 5.7L Automatic 4WD Pickup.

Question: It has the TH700-R4 and standard transfer case NP241C. I have started hearing a clicking sound when driving. Same sound as if a small stone is pressed into the tire. The sound is not loud. Slow speed and window down and it can just be heard. Having the transmission in ‘Neutral’ and 2H and raised the vehicle in the back. I can hear the clicking sound, when I rotate(forward or backward) the tires. The clicking sound is coming from the transfer case to my best judgment. Observing the rear drive-shaft when rotating the tire, I can hear the clicking sound two times, when the rear drive-shaft is turned 360 degrees. The transfer case is correct filled with lubricate to the lower level of the filler hole. Any idea to what is causing the problem?

Answer:  We would suggest that you mark the driveshaft ends with white marker, take the drive shaft off and check all of the universal joints. If they all checks good the rear output snap ring in the transfer case is prone to breaking, suggest you pull the 4 bolt extension housing off the rear of the transfer case and inspect.

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