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transfer case stuck 2wd
« on: Nov 01, 2005, 06:39:00 AM »
Will a transfercase from a 87 efi 4runner fit i 85 carb pickup i think they are the same one is top shift the other is froward shift, is it easier to change it as a whole assembly transmission and transfercase or would it be easier to break it apart in the truck i have never done it before. Whats involved with it anything i should know. The problem with it is the transfer case is stuck in 2WD and will not go into anything else its like its jammed anybody
else have this trouble.

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Re: transfer case stuck 2wd
« Reply #1 on: Nov 01, 2005, 07:27:09 AM »
i'm guessing the 4runner has the topshift  and the pickup the forward shift,   tcases are basically the same,  besides the shifter,   if the pickup is the one with the problem i would say take the tranny and t case from the 4 runner and install in the pickup,  im thinking the 4runner will be a w56 tranny,  and the pickup is probably a G54   so the w56 from the runner is a stronger tranny
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Re: transfer case stuck 2wd
« Reply #2 on: Nov 01, 2005, 08:54:15 AM »
Yes you are right, so the w56 is stronger than the g56 are there any gearing differences. They are the same length, any difference in the shafts.

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Re: transfer case stuck 2wd
« Reply #3 on: Nov 01, 2005, 06:28:00 PM »
Yes you are right, so the w56 is stronger than the g56 are there any gearing differences. They are the same length, any difference in the shafts.
yes----  the W56 is quite abit stronger,
no----- theres no gearing differences, both have 3.95 1st gears, 1-1 4th and .85 overdrive 5th,   
they should be the same shafts,,   if i was you i would take the W56 tranny and tcase and put in the truck,  or w56and tcase +marlin adapter+ truck forward shift case, converted to topshift,  then you would have dual cases  :hyper:  and one of the strongest trannies


assuming the forward shift is the one thats stuck in 2wd,  because the shift rails are probably bent slightly
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