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Unread 05-29-2013, 04:20 PM   #1
Flyordie
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Rebuilding an NP207, need some advice...

I am rebuilding my NP207AM-1 Transfercase. I am needing to know what tools will be really needed so I can get them. Biggest thing I need to know of is the size of snap ring pliers I need. Does anyone know? I have the Miller Bearing installer tool for the 207.

Would really appreciate any helpful advice as I take on this endeavor. :-)

PS- Any Snap-Ring Pliers I buy will have to be from Channelock. I refuse to buy foreign made tools if I can help it.

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