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Unread 06-14-2006, 06:53 AM   #1
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AA Tcase Bracket

My tcase bracket came in today, but the instructions leave a little to be desired. i searched the forums here, and stu's, and 4x4offroad, and found nothing. anybody have a write up? i could probably figure it out when i get to the garage saturday, but it may save me some time.

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Unread 06-14-2006, 07:15 AM   #2
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Great product, but horrible directions.

I'd say follow them as much as you can, which won't be much, to get you in the ballpark. Then just start test fitting it.

It will only go on one way, so once you find where it fits you're good.

IIRC, I had to put mine on and take it off a few times to get everything in the right order. A PITA, but worth it.

If it makes you feel better, the gibberish in the instructions will make a lot more sense after you get it installed and see how it works.
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Unread 06-14-2006, 07:37 PM   #3
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Do a search. There have been several of us who have posted in regards to this and there are some pics as well. Good Luck!!
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So, i went into the garage on satruday, pulled up my carpet, unbolted the body mount, i went ahead and pulled my tcase skid for a little more room, got one stock nut off with a 15mm wrench, and the other one wouldn't budge (i know, they are 9/16's) so rather than chance rounding it off, i went home to get my sae toolbox, and low and behold, my 9/16ths is missing.
i got a new wrench set yesterday (can't buy a single sae wrench in europe...crap.) and plan on doing it again this weekend. my question is thus...
what is the easiest way to get to that frickin top nut? not a lot of room up there, as my skinned knuckles can attest. and the easiest way to pull those little rubber retainers and put them back on? garage time is pricey...
any help is appreciated, as i'm now running with "fully manual 4 wheel drive" with my linkage disconnected from my body...
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The easiest way is from the top. I removed the center console when I did mine. Makes it MUCH easier for those of us with gorilla hands.
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