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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-29-2001, 05:28 PM Thread Starter
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410 t-case ??

Does a 410 have a baby lobster t-case? I was told of one in a boneyard and was considering it if ithas the gears I want, if it is still available, and if it will fit my 87. I don't know what year the 410 is. Any ideas ?

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82-84 samis The t-case gives you 12% more reduction in gears,and will bolt in your sami.Make sure you get the emergency brake system with it,its bolted to it.Its a better brake system and what you want for a disc brake conversion.

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Re: 410 t-case ??

Pre-1983 (inclusive) does not have a 4x4 switch and the case does not look the same as a Samurai.

1984 (only year) is the most desirable, has a 4x4 switch and looks the same as a Sam t-case. Also is the only year of the gear cluster that can be used to make a 4.16 low range gear cluster.

Neither of these t-case types are bolt in as you will need to drill new holes to bolt the propshafts to. Straight forward but not bolt-in. Both have an approx. 12% reduced high range. Low range is a different value between the two case types.

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Hey Crow, if this is the one I told you about, dont bother looking for that T-Case as I already got it ;-)

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Re: 410 t-case ??

You are fast! Just curious....what did it run you? What kind of shape are the other zooks in?

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I dont remeber, I bought a bunch of stuff when I was there in May. All I know is I spent about 600 getting as much in my car as I could and still have room to drive back to Cleveland

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The only difference on some of them is the flange size,My 84 t-case bolts right up with no drilling-it is some of the few that have the bigger flange.The others yea,you will have to drill to mount it...its real easy....

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Re: 410 t-case ??

i just picked up a 410 tcase today and was wondering how to getthe drum to fit an 87 rear drive shaf? do i hve to drill and shove new studs through? could i just change the flanges on the other two? and what is the low range diffrence in gearing? its pre 84

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Re: 410 t-case ??

I'll trade you a flange(from an 88.5 small flange) for the Drum and I'll pay shiping for both

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sorry i really dont need small flanges i need the drum. thanks anyway

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