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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-30-2003, 02:37 PM
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Stripping a Suzuki SJ transfer Box

I have managed to remove the Transfer case and removed the input shaft and the selectors. I am having trouble removing the output shaft. I suspect that the Speedo cable drive is holding it in some how but I don't know how.

Does the Speedo drive assembly have to be remove to remover the out put shaft? If so how?

I've tried hitting the shaft out with a drift but it wont move.


Looking to build a rocklobster so need to remove this shaft to change the gearing.


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Re: Stripping a Suzuki SJ transfer Box

The trick is you have to remove thesleeve that actually holds the gear in there!

Good luck as the can be tough as hell to get out. Here is a picture of HOW you are SUPPOSED to be able to take it out.


I have heated the case and had visegrips on em to get them to budge!
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