Transfer Case

A transfer case is a part of a four-wheel-drive system found in four-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive vehicles. The transfer case is connected to the transmission and also to the front and rear axles by means of drive shafts. It is also referred to as a "transfer gearcase", "transfer gearbox","transfer box" or "jockey box".

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Types - Transfer Case Shift Type - E.S.O.F.
... Electronic Shift On-the-Fly (ESOF) transfer cases have a dash-mounted selector switch or buttons with front sealed automatic locking axle hubs or drive ... Unlike the manual transfer case, this system has a transfer case motor ...
M35 2½ Ton Cargo Truck - Design and Development
... coupled with a 5-speed manual transmission and divorced 2-speed transfer case (either a sprag-operated transfer case Rockwell 136-21 or air-operated selectable transfer case ...
AMC And Jeep Transmissions - Transfer Cases - Borg-Warner 13-39/Quadra-Trac
... The Borg-Warner 13-39 was a transfer case that could be substituted for the Dana 20 ... reduction unit that bolts to the back of the transfer case ... not always, imprinted with the casting number 13-39, was the first Jeep transfer case to be made of aluminum and to be chain-driven ...
AMC And Jeep Transmissions - Transfer Cases - Dana - Dana 18
... The Dana 18 is a gear driven transfer case that has an offset rear output ... All Dana 18 cases are cast iron and use the "Texas" bolt pattern with five bolts holding on the transfer case ... intermediate shaft and 2.461 low range, 4" input hole, Dana 20 case The normal (3") input Dana 18s are interchangeable, but the input gear must match the transfer case ...

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