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Old 07-04-2009, 11:19 AM
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Exploder Transfer Case

Many of you know that I have an Explorer that has seen better days, due in large part to letting my teenage daughter drive it. At any rate, shortly after she torched the transmission, the transfer case decided it didn't want any of her abuse either. It has been sitting in the driveway for a while now and I recently got around to pulling the t-case out and decided that I am going to rebuild it myself. Here's what I discovered this weekend.

I'm thinking that there's something wrong with this picture...


Here's a close up of the carnage:
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Old 07-04-2009, 11:24 AM
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you aint seen nothin yet lol i wish i had pics of the carnage i did on my tranny and t-case in my k-5 it had gears that were so broken you couldnt tell they were gears lol but thats what its for its my offroad/ drive when i want to truck lol
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THAT............IS AWESOME
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your daughter need a b/f?
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Hell yeah. Awesome girl...a few too many 4wd launches?
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You guys suck! How am I ever going to convince her that she needs to take care of things? Oh and the Blazer she bought has already put a connecting rod through the block...
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You guys suck! How am I ever going to convince her that she needs to take care of things? Oh and the Blazer she bought has already put a connecting rod through the block...
By making her pay for the repairs..
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Old 07-04-2009, 01:19 PM
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exactly... make her pay for it!!!
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I guess I should have been a bit more clear. My daughter is 19 and is already living on her own. Back when she was in high school, she was driving the exploder and began this trail of wreckage... Here's a pic of her Blazer and it being towed to her house. (Yes, that is coolant under my truck; it had a loose clamp at the t-stat).


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Old 07-05-2009, 07:43 AM
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Nice job on the Tcase. Oh remaned 350's are fairly cheap these days.
Wow shes hard on stuff
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