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Old 01-30-2010, 08:47 AM
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Anybody have an idea what can cause this on a fresh rebuild?
It came out of a 4x4.
Low roller was installed the right direction and all the planets spin freely.


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Most common failure cause in the low roller clutch is neutral drops or similar shock loads from a 4x4 jumps - gets some air and hits the ground with engine power still applied
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Interesting. Could a bad transfer case cause such a shock?
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Doubt it. That looks like the product of a neutral slam. Or a 'something' slam.
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