On the OBS 92+ ford trucks are the transfercase on F150(Could be too light duty of a truck) and f250,350 interchangable? Do they share the same trans to Tcase bolt pattern, spline count and right sized yoke.
Question for you, or anyone who knows the answer...Yep, all the F-series trucks had the BW1356 , BW4406 or the BW4407.
1356 - 1987-1997 F150-F350
4406 - 1996-1997 F150-F350
4407 - 1994-1997 F250-F350 (I believe these are diesel only and came out with the introduction of the Powerstroke in 1994)
I'm going off of memory here so if I'm wrong(which I may be), someone correct me.
excellent! Ill look for the bigger chain version!You could also have a 1345 case as they did come in the F-series from 1980-1989.
FWIW the 4407 is rated as an over 8500 GVW case and has a 1.5" wide chain vs. the 1356 which has a 1.25" chain. The 1345 came with a 1.5" chain from 1980-1982 and from 1982-1989 it came with a 1.25" chain. Go figure.
The 203 is chain driven and the 205 is gear driven. The NP203 and NP205 are both cast iron cases.
***my other hobby is rockcrawling, hence my knowledge of transfer cases***
according to the FSM, take off both flanges, then pull the switch. Set the case front-down, remove bolts, and separate.You seem to know your T-cases lol
another question for you guys.
I pulled my T-case it has the number 1356 on it from my 94.5
I found one for sale locally, it also has 1356 but it is from a 89 full size bronco with a 302.
Will it work?
and also I want to take my old T case apart, Do you have to take the nut that holds yoke on for the front drive shaft to beable to split the T-case apart?