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Old 08-01-2009, 12:27 PM
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SCORE @ the junkyard!!!

No, this isn't a pathetic plot for a porno. I got a BW 4405 @ the junkyard today for $125...

Walking around the first place didn't get us much. My buddy got a spare tire crank that he was looking for $20. Second place had a LOT more Explorers in it. Was looking under a buch of the vehicles and most had their engines, t-cases and tranny's removed as you would expect. So I was looking in the back of this one truck and there it was, already removed and everything. It was just sitting there begging me to buy it!

Hell, the cases alone are worth $350! I'm freakin' ecstatic. The only problem so far is that the front yoke assembly needs swapping. I'll know more once I tear this thing down!
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Old 08-01-2009, 12:28 PM
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Good to hear you found one
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Old 08-01-2009, 12:38 PM
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Nice buy Shawn...

Hope not to sound like an idiot, but what did you need it for?
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congrats on the find
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What the heck is a BW 4405?
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What the heck is a BW 4405?
I had to look it up too! Transfer case as I remember.
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I had to look it up too! Transfer case as I remember.
I googled it!
BW= Borg Warner, 4405 prob just some number the designer pulled out of his azz

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Old 08-01-2009, 02:20 PM
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I think he said his daughter trashed the other tc so he needed a new one .
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Yep, sorry about that, guys! It is a transfer case for my explorer.
Man, I am so stoked!!! I got this thing taken apart yesterday and this thing looks almost brand new on the inside!!! Check it out...
The fluid is bright red and practically brand new... Even the plastic guides on the shift fork are still intact!!!

Just cracked open. Look how clean it is!

You can see the clutch pack with the 3 steel ball bearings.

With the clutch pack removed, you can see the input shaft. Looks like some minor burning of tranny fluid on the input shaft, but the gears are all in great shape!

Look how clean the inside of this thing is! That pickup screen looks brand new!

The only thing that appears to be dirty inside this thing. Just some minor metal gunk on the magnet.
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What ya waiten for, get it in the exploder!
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