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Weekend pics & Detailed t-case dissassembly pics

Got some more work done on my truck this weekend. Longzuk was there and did a 3" body lift on his samurai. I wasn't able to finish off my toyota axle swap or mount my t-case without a welder (out of gas) so I disassembled a t-case.

pictures: (click to enlarge).

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before the body lift:
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cutting perches
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body lift blocks
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longzuk stuck in the snow
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perches fit
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Toyota axle swap under way
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longzuk's body lift installed
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stuck Suzuki Vitara
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removing perches from toyota axle
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grinded smooth
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fog
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assembled rear axle
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T-case disassembly begins
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Remove flanges
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Pull out speedometer gear
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Remove front case bolts
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Remove front case
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Hammer out front output shaft from front case
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Remove center case bolts
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I broke a lug off the case while splitting the center and rear case.. no big deal.
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Remove rear case from center case.
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Remove bolt located above shifter shaft. Be careful not to loose the spring and ball that comes out
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Hammer pins out of shifter forks using a punch to seperate forks from shifter shafts.
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Removal of the 4wd/2wd shifter shaft may require a hammer and punch. Be very careful when removing this part, as 2 ball bearings will pop out of one of the 2 holes for the shifter shafts (in the center case). A spring will also come out.
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shifter shaft parts that will come out of the hole(s)
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shifter forks and shafts removed
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remove input shaft, counter gear and output shaft from center case.
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Counter gear bearings, shims, and spacer.
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output shaft
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Remove output shaft rear bearing and retainer together using a puller.
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Puller required to remove speedometer gear and thrust washer. I pulled on the low output gear, worked fine.
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Remove snap ring on the front of ouput shaft, and pull off gear that is used to engage the front ouput shaft with the main output shaft.
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Use a puller to remove ouput shaft front bearing.
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Output shaft completely disassembled.
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Stock high output gear on the left, GRSII output gear on the right.
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Stock counter gear of the left, GRSII counter gear on the right.
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Use a puller to remove the rear bearing off input shaft. A different kind of bearing remover will be necessary to remove the front bearing as there is no room between the gear and the bearing for the puller jaws.
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Stock input shaft on the left, GRSII input shaft on the right
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Stock gear set on the top, GRSII gear set on the bottom.
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Organized parts
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Hopefully these detailed t-case disassembly instructions and pictures can be useful to someone. I'll have more pictures and information once I sandblast and paint parts, and install my GRSII. I'll finish my toyota axle swap in another week or two so I'll have pictures and a detailed writeup of that too.

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post #2 of (permalink) Old 03-18-2003, 09:35 PM
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Re: Weekend pics & Detailed t-case dissassembly pics

thx for postin the pics for me anton didn;t think the body lift would make that much difference.

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