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Thread: M135 M211 2 speed transfer case mod

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    Correct , I'm about to assemble mine with a 5sp manual/2sp transfer case from a cckw. I have everything but a clutch pedal n slave/ master cylinders, next stop the salvage yard

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    What are you using for a powertrain seaduce? This thread is about converting the G749 transfer case to 2 spd operation. From what i've read on the cckw case.. i would use blue loctite and safety wire the mounting bolts.clean out the holes in the case and the bolts with brake clean or naptha before assembly.

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    Ok..so we just have to wait for the mail man/woman to walk from Italy to my place and we will have some more progress on this thread..

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    Yes I did read vaguely about that. I'm not in the habit of visiting regularly here yet . I'm goin this weekend 3/15/18 to pick up a 302 that's in better shape than mine then goin together, I'll prob just play it as I go , as an industrial rd tech improvising and on the spot modifications are nothing new to me🔩🔧

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    The main thought. I'm converting/ installing a 2sp transfer. I had understood wrong as you are converting a 1sp to a 2sp wich was my original route but I fell into the 5sp/2sp parts package and that was the easier way to go

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    I wish parts in good condition were more available up here for the 135/211..shipping mystery components across the continent gets expensive.

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    I hope you are successful with this mod. I will be tearing one down to check and re-bearing when the time allows, but I really want to be able to use my P.T.O. and don't want to blow either up. As for using any other engine /trans to power the deuce, I have one truck here that was "converted" by someone to a four speed standard, and it sucks big time. Original engine with a manual 4 sp doesn't have much power in 1st and REALLY bites in second. I hope to demo this first chance I get this summer.
    To be able to fix anything, you first have to understand how it works.
    "knowledge is the gift experience gives you".

    Patience will get you farther than a long rope....trust me on this.

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    This mod should give a 2.63:1 low range but we will lose the use of the transfer case p.t.o.
    With the added low range the possibillities for transmissions and transmission mounted p.t.o's are huge... If i can make this work...
    We are all waiting on the parcel post to bring the gears..as soon as i have them in my hands we can open the can of worms.

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    Ive had a pile of chevy trucks with sm420's..i can immagine how bad my life would be trying to bang shift 2nd gear off the growler sliding 1st/reverse gear at every stop sign..then the stress of winding it up enough to get past the giant hole between 2nd and 3rd in a deuce..i always hated that ..even the sm435.Great transmissions as long as you stayed in one gear. I have a 1980 3+3 here thats going to be getting a clark 285v just so i can be rid of that. And a bigger clutch as a bonus. Hopefully itll fit without a body lift.
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    Ok so i picked up the gears from the post office today..here are the pics.
    Part number 3659894 from the G508 banjo transfer case.
    This is supposed to replace assembly "w" from the second pic in post #5 of this thread with modifications to the input shaft sliding gear, input gear shift fork and rail, and case to allow fittment of the larger gear.
    Ill be returning to the shop tomorrow night and should be able to make some time to take some pics inside the tcase this weekend.


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