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Old 01-07-2008, 05:06 PM
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97 f350 7.3 psd tranfer case ?

Does any one know what borg warner transfer case would be in my truck? It's a 97 f350 crew cab xlt 7.3 psd with a e40d transmition. My front output yoke exploded yesterday and I need a new one. And no one can figure out what yoke I need.

And if any one has one laying around they want to get rid of how much?
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Old 01-08-2008, 07:17 AM
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your main concern should be lenth,I believe you have dana 60s around where I live they are available in junk yards,if you have a junk yard nearby I would check there,most junk yard workers are very knowledgable in what fits what. good luck
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It's a BW1356 T-case. Go to a drive line shop and they will fix you up. Also the C/V joint may be damaged so check that good before you head off to get your yoke.
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transfer case

ok Ford says it's a Borg Warner 4407 transfer case. but I cant find a front output yoke. They said ford no longer offers this part. But there are a few dealers that have this yoke. BUT there are 2 different yokes and they make no promises that it's will be the right one and the yoke will be 150.00 no returns if it's wrong.
So does anyone have a blown 4407 with w/o pto with a good front output yoke laying around, or a good 4407 transfer case laying around?
Truck can not be driven till some thing is done, cause the old yoke exploded and transfer case is not holding fluid.

oh ya the yoke I need has recessed splines about half inch
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Old 01-08-2008, 04:54 PM
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Never heard of that. The one in my truck is from a 98 F350 4 door and the one from my 95 F350 4 door was cracked when the truck was wrecked. Both are BW-1356.

Is this what it looks like?
http://i252.photobucket.com/albums/h.../IM001902a.jpg
http://i252.photobucket.com/albums/h.../IM001903a.jpg
http://i252.photobucket.com/albums/h.../IM001904a.jpg
http://i252.photobucket.com/albums/h.../IM001905a.jpg

If you got a pic, spline count, shaft OD and what joint yours is I may have one sitting hear someplace.
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BW-1356 is the only one I know of . . . I was doing lots of research when I blew the driveline brake in my F-250, my trans is out of an F450 so I was just going to 4x4 it instead of the new brake . . . well found a brake cheap and that's all she wrote.

But from doing all the research the only tc I came up with was the BW1356
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I found info on the 4407, it was in use in 96-97 on some trucks but not all. The picture I found it looks just like a 1356 on the outside best as I can tell, it was a bad pic. The parts list I found for it lists a "fluid coupler" and I cant imagine what the heck that would be doing in a T-case. It was $485 for just that 1 part. I did not find the yoke, just rebuild parts.
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A drive train shop has my drive shaft and yoke right now I'll try to get over there and get some pics of the yoke (or whats left of it)
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I found info on the 4407, it was in use in 96-97 on some trucks but not all. The picture I found it looks just like a 1356 on the outside best as I can tell, it was a bad pic. The parts list I found for it lists a "fluid coupler" and I cant imagine what the heck that would be doing in a T-case. It was $485 for just that 1 part. I did not find the yoke, just rebuild parts.
Well that's food for thought. . . . interesting. I wonder if it was a guinea pig transfer case trying to find something to replace the standard?
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