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Unread 04-05-2012, 04:10 AM   #46
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$24.95 At summit racing. Thanks for the info in this thread. I will be flat towing worry free
Do you have a part number or name for this at Summit Racing. I can't find it anywhere on there website.

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Unread 04-05-2012, 06:41 AM   #47
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Do you have a part number or name for this at Summit Racing. I can't find it anywhere on there website.

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Brand Omix-Ada
Manufacturer's Part Number 18676.32
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Summit Racing Part Number OMX-1867632
UPC 804314030582
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Unread 04-05-2012, 05:39 PM   #49
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Unread 04-09-2012, 06:47 PM   #50
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What a night.
Installed the new plate

Got to watch that pin or it will shoot out and be gone forever.
This part makes me nervous

This is where the plate goes

This nut needs screw loose first

Reassemble


So,,,
I rtv the other half of the cover on and the shifting dosent work. guess who forgot to install the return spring.
Put the case back together and Im pretty sure its ok.
I can turn both yokes if opposite or the same directions from each other when in neutral and the input shaft to the tranny dosent spin.
I can also spin the front yoke and the rear yoke almost dosent spin. Just the friction is barely making it move.
Im thinking I got it
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Unread 04-09-2012, 07:32 PM   #51
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I hope you guys don't mind but I have a quick question and since y'all are digging into your t-cases and are very knowledgeable I figured I'd take the opportunity.

My t-case needs a rebuild and I plan on buying a true neutral plate when I do take it apart. The question is when to do it. Right now my front output yoke has some movement in and out. It's maybe 1/8" in and out when I take the driveshaft out and move it by hand. I think when I'm in the woods (past weekend) and just coasting there is some rattling that comes from the driveline/t-case area. I think when the suspension cycles it pushes the front driveshaft and make the front output yoke hit against the case when it goes in and out.

It's not an emergency but I don't think the front output yoke should move at all. Any thoughts?
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James.... Did you take it back apart and put the spring in? Say yes.

Louie..... No there should be no play at all in the in/out plane. The bearing may be worn or the race. When you pull it apart you may want to replace it. (recommended)
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Louie..... No there should be no play at all in the in/out plane. The bearing may be worn or the race. When you pull it apart you may want to replace it. (recommended)
My thoughts exactly. I know the nut is torqued down and I don't believe there is a bushing in there. My t-case can use a rebuild anyway. Thanks.
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If you have any questions at all just shoot me a PM. Glad to help.

I updated the first post with the info about the Summit Racing TJ plate.
Thanks James.
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James.... Did you take it back apart and put the spring in? Say yes.

Louie..... No there should be no play at all in the in/out plane. The bearing may be worn or the race. When you pull it apart you may want to replace it. (recommended)
Oh yeah, I put the spring in after looking over and seeing it AFTER the case was RTVed together and bolted.
I relized it was missing after looking in the view port of the SYE and not seeling the rod move.
I knew i was in for a mess of fresh RTV and was pissed..
Re-assembled it without RTV and just a few bolts to test the case and it works,
Like i said . I get very slight movement of the rear yoke when moving the front yoke when in neutral.
I can lean my finger against the other yoke with very slight pressure to stop rotation. Im guessing this is normal.
I can also spin both yokes in opposite directions at the same time. For this reason it has to be working.
Final assembly and install tonight !
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If you have any questions at all just shoot me a PM. Glad to help.

I updated the first post with the info about the Summit Racing TJ plate.
Thanks James.
I was looking for your phone number here last night to ask if you knew what the problem could be.
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My thoughts exactly. I know the nut is torqued down and I don't believe there is a bushing in there. My t-case can use a rebuild anyway. Thanks.
Louie, just an FYI.... If you're gonna undertake a rebuild do some searching over on Pirate. There's a factory PDF file for a 231, it's a bit older but is filled with good pics etc, helped me out quite a bit. It's not real difficult, but I like having a source reference. I thought I had it saved but don't.
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When I had it back together I found a short cardboard/paper tube on the bench that looks like it could fit on the shift rod.

Any ideas?
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Can I use either one of these styles in the transfercase? The stock style dosent have snap ring holes and are a major pain.
The ones Im asking about go on both sides of the plastic speedo gear
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The one on the left might work. As long as the tabs don't hit anything you're good.
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