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Old 03-14-2017, 10:18 PM   #51
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Re: Tranny / tcase problem

So I have a TH350 with the 205 case and the side bracket is there and rubber is worn out on side mount. I replaced the transmission with a new TH350, installed new energy suspension mounts to the crossmember and put the side bracket back. should I remove the side bracket? can the adapter plate hold the transfer case? Really? remove the side bracket or get new rubber for it? my 4x4 is mainly a street wheeler and never got off road

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Old 03-17-2017, 07:29 AM   #52
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Re: Tranny / tcase problem

I think this thread already answers your question. Ditch it! The transfer case will be just fine by the adapter itself. I always removed the side brackets when present. Cracked a few adapters in my time, I was hard on them tho. There will always be the argument of "yay or nay", just like Ford vs Chevy.... Well not on this site its NOT!!!
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