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Manual/EOTF transfer case.

I'm looking into doing transfer case swap for the manual/floor shift and getting rid of the electronic/vacuum one. Any ideas as to whether I should go factory or aftermarket? I'm not looking at hardcore rock crawling or mud bogging and well, most super duty transfer cases are pretty tough to begin with. Looking for ideas. Obviously I'm looking at cutting up my floor but I would purchase all the stock stuff so that it looks original from the inside. Whatcha think?

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Go with the factory unit. You already have a hole in the floor, you just need to find all the pieces to make it work.

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My truck although I have the electric shift on the dash, has holes in the floor?

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Yes, just pull the carpet back and you will find a panel that is screwed on with some sealant around it.

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Well, I'll be damned. Now I just need the transfer case and the sweet interior stuff to go with it.

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you dont need a new transfer case just the shifter and linkage

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That makes it even better. Shifter, linkage, and interior stuff and I'm done?? Then just disconnect the electrical plug on the 4WD solenoid on the transfer case?

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the electronic shifter motor gets removed from the t case so no more connector to hook up

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There was a guy on ford-trucks that did this. Here is the link.

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You will still need the transfercase. The electric and manual versions are different and the manual linkage won't bolt up to a electronic version.

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