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Transfer Case or Differential Problem

May 19, 2015 - Author: BartBarton


When i put transfer case into gear light lights up and the rod is shifting the transfer case but tires not spinning only rears. How can i check its the transfer case not front diff. I have 2003 dodge ram 2500 3/4 ton np271d transfer case with hemi motor

Answer: Jack the truck up engage 4wd and see if the front drive shaft spins … if the drive shaft spins and the front wheels don’t it is the diff accuator or the diff. if the front shaft doesn’t spin then it’s the transfer case

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Can you replace the rear drive shaft ujoints on my 2006 Jeep Commander 4X4 5.7L

April 21, 2015 - Author: James N

We can not replace the u joints on that drive shaft. What we can do is build you a new replacement drive shaft cheaper then the OEM shaft with u joint that are replaceable and available at many auto parts store.

They are made from standard Dana Spicer parts and redesigned to meet specification as a direct fit and are easy to replace using your old hardware.

when you call use please have the number off the tag on your old shaft or the dealer part number ready along with year, make, and Model along with engine size so we may get you what you need.

they are $395.00 with free shipping

Please Call James Today 1-800-444-0755

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Driveshaft for Kia 2006

December 16, 2014 - Author: BartBarton

I have a 2006 Kia Sorrento 3.5L V5 2WD with Automatic transmission

Question:  I would like to know, is your driveline for this vehicle a single or dual shaft design? Also, does all of the required parts for installation included with the drive shaft?


We can provide a brand  new dual shaft  driveline and would be complete ready to bolt including joints and center bearing.  The complete unit will be high speed balances as an assembly before leaving the factory.

Your cost is $525.00  order part number PFPT2692-231N, plus freight.

Give James or Lance a call at 800-444-0755 they can help you.  See the other Kia drivelines and driveshafts we can provide on our site.


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Yoke NP261HD Frozen on Front Output Shaft

August 30, 2014 - Author: BartBarton

I have a 2001 Chevrolet 2500 Heavy Duty, 6.0L Automatic 4WD


NP261HD Transfer Case

Question:  I have a 2001 Chevy 2500HD with a np261HD transfer case. The front ujoint is worn out so I started taking the front driveshaft out. Until I could not get the slip yoke out of the transfer case. I have tried everything i can think of, heat, rust penetrate, hammer, bigger hammer, strap pulling on it while heating it up then a big hammer. Nothing will get the slip yoke to come out of the transfer case. Any suggestions?

Answer:   You will need to carefully cut the Yoke off then disassemble the transfer case. During the reassembly you will need  to replace the front output shaft along with the slip yoke.  Give us a call and we can help you with parts.




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Ford Explorer 1996 4.0L 4WD BW4405 Vibration Problem

May 13, 2014 - Author: BartBarton

I have Ford Explorer 1996 4.0L 4WD.

Question:  Trying to resolve a bw4405drive train vibration issue. Only occurs when front drive shaft is installed, and starts at about 50 mph. Bad vibration you can feel through the floor – can’t really go faster than 60 or vibration is too much. Pull the front drive shaft and it goes away. Have tried two replacement front driveshafts, one reman, the other new. There is no play that I can feel at either the transfer case output or the front end input. Trying to figure out if I have a front end, transfer case, driveshaft or cv shaft issue. Both cv shafts have been replaced. Driver’s is less than one year old. Passenger about five years old. Older truck that I need to keep driving for a while yet and really want to get this figured out. And don’t want to throw buckets of money at it but would like to get 4WD operational again. Driving with shaft out now. Any thoughts?

Answer:  You have the BW4405 transfer case. First thing we would suggest you check would be the tire diameter. It is very important that the tires all match in diameter.

The transfer case has a variable clutch pack in it and if the system is showing slippage (different tire diameter) it will be trying to engage and disengage the 4wd system and cause this issue.

Also this transfer case is known for rear case wear in the rear output bearing area. With the rear drive shaft off pull straight in and out on the rear yoke, you will notice play in and out and there shouldn’t be any. If this play is excessive you will want to address this also.

You  can visit our shop at 11071 93rd Avenue N Suite A Maple Grove, MN 55369 and we can help you diagnose the problem.  See the other parts we can provide on our web site


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See You At Back to the Fifties Weekend

May 12, 2014 - Author: James N


back to 50

Can you believe 47 year of back to the fifties

We are Equipped to work on your fifties Classic ride. We can build you a new drive shaft or fix your old drive shaft.

Need a Clutch for your Classic Car

Find are Ad in the Linechaser or your program at the show                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  We offer discounts to MSRA members

Call James 1-800-444-0755

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ATV Axle Spring Special Free Shipping

March 21, 2014 - Author: BartBarton

For a limited time we are offering free shipping on any ATV axles ordered by July 30 2014.  We offer axles for the following ATV applications:

Free technical support is available to assist you in getting the correct ATV axle the first time, just give us a call toll free 1-800-444-0755.  See the other drivetrain parts we offer on our site.

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