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Re: Identify this T-case
« Reply #5 on: August 12, 2018, 09:52:59 AM »
The flanges that are "1:1" will be the front & rear output, and the one that turns faster is the input - and the real reason I'm suggesting you count is that the internals may not be original - there are at least five possible gear sets that could be inside the case.

Here's a link to LowRangeOffRoad's webpage that shows the gears they offer.

http://www.lowrangeoffroad.com/suzuki-off-road-parts/samurai/transfer-case.html


Thank you.  The Sammy came with a pile of extra parts.  Low Range roll cage (never assembled), t-case, t-case bracket/skid plate, heavy duty tie rod, and some other pieces. The previous owner planned to make it into a rock crawler. He got as far as putting on a header, big tires, and a lift kit.  I will use it to get me around the lake to go fishing and don't want or need the other stuff.
Thanks again,
John

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Re: Identify this T-case
« Reply #4 on: August 11, 2018, 07:02:35 PM »
The flanges that are "1:1" will be the front & rear output, and the one that turns faster is the input - and the real reason I'm suggesting you count is that the internals may not be original - there are at least five possible gear sets that could be inside the case.

Here's a link to LowRangeOffRoad's webpage that shows the gears they offer.

http://www.lowrangeoffroad.com/suzuki-off-road-parts/samurai/transfer-case.html
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Re: Identify this T-case
« Reply #3 on: August 11, 2018, 04:51:57 PM »
Have you considered counting how many turns of the input flange give you one complete revolution of the output flange?

Well, no sir I hadn't thought of that.  When it comes to being a mechanic I was a pretty good paramedic.  Retired from that now too.  Anyway, when I tried turning the flange that is opposite another flange the ratio appeared to be 1:1.  The other flange (didn't know they were called that either) rotated faster but I'll need better light to try to determine by exactly how much.  I was hoping there was some visible difference in configuration or that the numbers it's stamped with told the tale.  Thank you for your help.
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Re: Identify this T-case
« Reply #2 on: August 11, 2018, 02:53:48 PM »
Have you considered counting how many turns of the input flange give you one complete revolution of the output flange?
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Identify this T-case
« Reply #1 on: August 11, 2018, 10:02:29 AM »
I recently bought a 1987 Samurai that came with some extra items.  One of them is a transfer case. I'm hoping someone can tell me exactly what I have in terms of gear ratios.  Here's some photos.