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post #1 of 9 Old 09-29-2017, 07:48 PM Thread Starter
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transfer case linkage refresh

anyone use this kit? does it come with instructions more for locations of these parts.
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post #2 of 9 Old 10-01-2017, 04:29 PM
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Curioius about this too, I'm about to rebuild my 242 and would like to fix the linkage up so it shifts butter smooth.

Edit: eh, I ordered it on amazon lol

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post #3 of 9 Old 10-02-2017, 01:15 AM
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That crown kit is generic for all jeeps in this generation, not all parts will be used on a ZJ IIRC.


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The T-shaped gasket and the bellows go on either side of that bushing plate to completely seal the bushing from the elements and keep it lubed. The bellows has a spring in it or at least is firm enough to provide some pressure to keep it sealed against the bushing plate, and it keeps the linkage rod preloaded against the green plastic pushing to keep it from popping out.

I installed the equivalent mopar kit in mine years ago and it still works well with no binging or popping noises which is what the TSB it was released under was designed to address. the old bushing plate had the bronze piece completely seized to the steel and it was dry as a bone.
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The T-shaped gasket and the bellows go on either side of that bushing plate to completely seal the bushing from the elements and keep it lubed. The bellows has a spring in it or at least is firm enough to provide some pressure to keep it sealed against the bushing plate, and it keeps the linkage rod preloaded against the green plastic pushing to keep it from popping out.

I installed the equivalent mopar kit in mine years ago and it still works well with no binging or popping noises which is what the TSB it was released under was designed to address. the old bushing plate had the bronze piece completely seized to the steel and it was dry as a bone.

are you saying the black bellows goes here (photo coutesy of wingless)?
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Exactly. It seals that bushing on the left and keeps the rod preloaded to the right.

The Mopar TSB kit actually came with a whole new rod too, but I didn't see any design difference between it and the original.
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And the black t shaped piece goes behind the large bracket like this?
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The tube part should extend through there, but the face/flange should be sandwiched between that bracket and the plate.
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post #9 of 9 Old 10-08-2017, 08:08 PM
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I just got done installing that kit and refreshing my transfer case as well. I had to remove the shifter as well because the housing had rusted causing the plastic bushings in it to bind but a little time on the wire wheel and some grease and it's good as new. Everything in the kit can be used on the ZJ but technically it should include 2 of the green ones. I ended up reusing all of the plastic bushings as they were not worn that much. I just cleaned up all of the metal rods and greased everything well.

Stupid little video I made of it, I'm switching gears with 1 finger!


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