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Need Transmission for Ford F350

September 4, 2014 - Author: bartbarton

I have a Ford one ton pickup 7.3L Diesel 4WD

Question:

I need to quote the following transmission shipped to Miami FL 33172 business address with a dock: 1 of “NEW” ZF 5 speed manual transmission for a 1994 FORD F250 “4WD” 7.3L Diesel (VIN# 1FTHX26FXRKB88663) Please let me know your best price?

Answer:  Sorry we don’t have any new Ford ZF S542 transmissions left, but we can offer a rebuilt dyno tested unit.

This is a 4WD Electro/mech speedo order our part number MTFRD041 your cost is $1366.67 plus $500.00 core deposit.

The unit will weigh about 200 lbs and freight is $130.00 each way shipped to:

Clearfreight Inc.

9704 NW 17th St.

Miami, FL 33172

The unit has a one year warranty. Give Scott a call toll free 888-824-2012 he can help you.

 

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YJ with 5 inch lift Transfer Case Rotation?

August 28, 2014 - Author: bartbarton

I have a YJ Jeep 1990 350 engine automatic 4WD

Question:  Can a np 231 transfer case on a jeep YJ. Be rotated down 1 stud so that front output is lower than stock height. I have lifted 5 inches and installed Dana 44 in front and have drive shaft angle issues. Would this effect lubrication in transfer case?

Answer: Yes it can… It has an oil pump so it should be fine

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Need Rebuilt Transmission 2001 Silverado

August 27, 2014 - Author: bartbarton

I have a Chevrolet Silverado Pick UP truck, it’s a 2001 4.3L Gas 2WD

Question:  The trans. is nv3500NV3500 5speed, it is running but have winding like all NV3500. I am trying to ID the trans, so I could order a rebuilt from Midwest. Sine it is a manual the front housing has the open holes where the hydra line goes inside to the slave cylinder. With whom can I talk to find out what would be the best option. I will bring the core to US to ship to Midwest. The noise it not on all the gears.

Answer:  We can provide a rebuilt NV3500  gas manual 5 speed transmission, this transmission hasa one year warranty, order our part number MTGM007 your cost is $1133.00 plus a $350.00 core deposit plus freight.

For more information or to place the order give Scott a call toll free 888-824-2012 he can help you.

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1988 Nissan Hardbody 5 Speed Manual Transmission

June 19, 2014 - Author: bartbarton

I have the Hardbody Nissan 2.4L 4WD

Question:  Transmission started FS5W71C-NIS003whining in 1st,2nd, 3rd. 4th gear normal, 5th gear a little whine. Oil change clear with no debris. Trans has 300,000 miles. What transmission do I have.  Is it worth repair or need replace, can you make a recommendation?

Answer:

Your transmission is a Nissan Hardbody model FS5W71C, you have a couple of options, the first is to purchase a rebuilt unit the second option

Is to rebuild or have your transmission rebuilt locally.

If you elect to purchase a rebuilt unit the correct part number is MTNIS003 your cost of this factory built dyno tested unit is $ 1366.67 plus a $350.00 core deposit plus freight.

The factory rep has put together a list of probable parts that you will want to replace if you elect to overhaul the existing unit. See list below S&H will be added.

If you need more technical information give Scott a call toll free 888-824-2012 he can help you, he can also help with the order.

Bearing Rebuild Kit with Synchro Rings 4wd Hardbody (86-8/89) (2.4L) (1 Piece 2nd Synchro, no Synchro for Reverse) MWTBK212WS $153.50

 

36 5th Gear Set (21 T, 39 T) (4wd) (86-93) (Non Synchronized Reverse) (ring not included) NIS-5 $166.67

 

55 Reverse Idler Gear (21 T) (11/85-Up) NIS-10A $30.21

 

Reverse Gear Kit (86-93) (Non Synchronized Reverse) TRS-303587K $184.05

 

 

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Need Replacement Transmission for 1984 Nissan Pickup Truck

June 6, 2014 - Author: bartbarton

I have a Nissan pickup truck its a fs5w71cModel 720 with the 2.4L and has 4WD.

Question:  I was looking at the trans u guys have and it say it will fit but couldn’t see anything about it being two wheel drive or for a 4×4 so will it fit my 4×4?

Answer:  Your transmission is the Nissan model FS5W71F  with a 12 tail housing, the correct part number is MTNIS002  $925.00 plus $250 core deposit, plus freight.

This transmission is rebuilt and has a 12 month no hassle warranty.  You can see other parts we can provide for the FS5W71F transmission on our site.

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Ford BW1356 Stuck in Low Range

May 28, 2014 - Author: bartbarton

I have a 1989 Ford Bronco with the 5.0LT engine 4WD.

Question:  I just got this Bronco & tested my 4×4 & it stuck in low range.BW1356_transfer_case I had a mechanic take off the electric motor off the transfer case & the actuator shaft that spins to switch from 2wd to 4h & 4l was just spinning in the housing. It didn’t stop on the marked sections. What is wrong with the transfer case? Is that actuator shaft broken or are the gears or chain broken inside? Is this a usual broken part on this model of transfer case

Answer: From your description of the problem it sounds like a range fork/ range hub problem. This is a common problem

For the BW1356 transfer case. Below is a list of parts that we would recommend be replaced during this repair cycle:

  • Range reduction Fork TRS325849 your cost is $12.90
  • Range Slider 38 teeth non updated TRS1356-089-001
  • Gasket and seal KIt TRSTSK1356 your cost is $15.25
  • Oil pump kit 9 piece TRS325500K your cost $54.94

It is also possible that this year, make and model could have a plantary issue also where oil grooves are worn out in the planet. If this is the case you will need:

Plantary 38 range teetch non updated part number TRS1356.659-007 your cost is $257.97 plus S&H.

You can see the other parts that we can supply for your BW1356 on our site.

If you need additional information give Scott a call 888-824-2012 he can help you.

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NP231 Transfer Case Problem

May 5, 2014 - Author: bartbarton

I have a 1995 Dodge Dadota 3.9L engine with the Automatic transmission and NP231 Transfer Case.

Question:  My transfer case is making a noise, leaking and does not shift correctly I want to replace it. The transfer case tag information is  assembly# 52098542 ratio is: 272. could you advise which transfer case I need to purchase?

Answer:   The correct NP231 transfer case for your application is our part number TCCRY010, this unit has a 12 month warranty, your cost is $700.00 plus $250.00 core deposit plus shipping to your address is $115.00 round trip. To place order give Scott a call 888-824-2012 he can help you.  You can see this transfer case and other NP231 parts that we can supply on our site.

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How much play in planetary assembly ? It is a 263XHD transfer case

April 29, 2014 - Author: bartbarton

I have a 2003 Chevrolet Silverado Duramax 3/4 ton 4WD

Question:  How much play should the gears in the planetary assembly have? It is a 263XHD transfer case. Should the gears in the assembly have shims, spacers in each side of the gears?

Answers:   The planetary pinion gear will usually have .002 play on the shaft.. yes they are to have shims on both sides of the pinion gears and they will have .020 – .030 up and down play. If you need additional help or parts give Scott a call 888-824-2012 he can help you.  You can see the other NP263 Transfer Case parts we offer on our site.

 

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AMC Eagle 1981 Vibration Problem 5th Gear?

April 21, 2014 - Author: bartbarton

I have an AMC Eagle 1981 with the 258HP AWD.

Question:  Have T-5 manual trans in my Eagle, Runs well in the first 4 gears, but in 5th have a vibration under load. Any ideas?

Answer:   It is possible the 5th gear set in your T5 manual transmission is starting to pit.  When this happens it can cause a vibration like you are describing. 5th gear is the highway gear obviously so before condemning the transmission we would suggest you have the u-joints, drive shaft all checked and balanced and also check tires and balance. This may not be a trans problem at all but associated with the transmission. We believe in elimination of the easy potential problems before tearing into the transmission.

Need additional technical support give Scott a call 888-824-2012 he can help you.

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NP241 Transfer Case Slipping Problem

April 17, 2014 - Author: bartbarton

I have a Dodge 2500 2001 with the 5.9L Diesel.

Question:  I have a 241DHD transfer case np241 and the parts that I believe that need to be replaced is the syncro sleeve, syncro block(brass part), and any part the sleeve goes over and any thrust washers. What is going on is the transfer case is slipping. It does not seem to be fully engaging into 4wd. I have had it apart and replaced the fork pads and a broken snap ring, but it still slips. Do you have any suggestions what it may be? I am ready to order some parts or get it rebuilt.

Answer:  We can provide all of the parts needed to repair the shift schryo problem. Below we have listed the parts we believe necessary to fix this issue.  Including the slider, brass ring and the syncro dog and key kit. We have also included the drive gear that you probably need. Once you have the unit open look at the engagement teeth and make sure yours are ok and not damaged:

  • Mode Synchro (60T) (Dodge including NP241DHD) part number MWTNP4746139 your cost is $28.00
  • Key & Spring Kit (60T) (Dodge including NP241DHD) part number TRS331843A-2K your cost is $16.95
  • Mode Slider (60T NP 241DHD) part number MWTNP17773 your cost is $121.66
  • Mode Drive Sprocket (1 3/8 inch wide (NP241DHD) part number TRS352805A your cost $130.25
  • Gasket & Seal Kit if required your cost $34.00 plus S&H.

You can see the other parts that we can provide for your NP241 on our site.

 

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