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Rockford514

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Thanks for bumping this rock.... I was lost lol
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Bump... finally got my case apart... need the pics haha
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+1 i welded mine up last weekend super easy
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wasnt there a post on the 2.5 ton air case, something about a spacer behind a shift bar or something...... 


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People pull the air cylinder off put a lugnut in it and put the cylinder back on.making it full time 4x4
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People pull the air cylinder off put a lugnut in it and put the cylinder back on.making it full time 4x4


cant i just get a small compressor and it will work like its suppose to .I dont want full time 4x4


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People pull the air cylinder off put a lugnut in it and put the cylinder back on.making it full time 4x4


cant i just get a small compressor and it will work like its suppose to .I dont want full time 4x4



yes.

~40psi or so and it'll stay locked.

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I have a t-136 case that needs welding your pics won’t load is there any way that you can send me the pics and info on how to weld it up
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I have a t-136 case that needs welding your pics won’t load is there any way that you can send me the pics and info on how to weld it up


  Unfortunately Rockford514 is no longer with us. Thats why pics won't show up for you. When it comes to welding the case I did mine. It's not that hard once you take it apart you may understand more. The output has two sprag (one way) clutches on it. One for forward and one for reverse. When the transfer case was in the military truck it had a linkage that would move the outer collar to the front or rear sprag when you would shift from forward gears to reverse gears. I welded up both sprags to the output shaft, removed the spring on the shift fork and you can put it in 2x4 by holding the shift collar inbetween the two sprags. I used a turnbuckle bolted to the shift fork arm and to my case mount. Sorry I don't have any pictures hope this will help some. 
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I have a t-136 case that needs welding your pics won’t load is there any way that you can send me the pics and info on how to weld it up
Here are some pictures I downloaded.

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