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Re: Has anyone put the 4.70 gear in their single transfer case pickups? [Re: Staceman] #984676 02/10/10 06:50 AM
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toyrunner Offline
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Great call Erik, I think 4.0 would be in his best interest.

These guys have 4.0 gears...
http://www.northwestoffroad.com/parts/diff_transfer.html


No
Warranty
Or
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1985 SR5 4Runner
eLocked with Carter Lock
4.7:1 single case
Davez Offroad twin stick
From the Off-Road World
Re: Has anyone put the 4.70 gear in their single transfer case pickups? [Re: Ralph] #984677 02/10/10 04:09 PM
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missouriman Offline
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my wife and I run duals with the 4.7 in the rear case.
21 spline. that way if anything breaks I can easy grab a stock one and put it in on the trail.
we also went with the twin stick for the 2 wheel drive low ranges, really helps on the tight trails here in the black hills.
that dual low low is really nice on the technical parts of the trails. you can shut off the truck and restart in gear.

I use different combinations all the time.
you do have to be careful to not take out the ring and pinion in low low 2 wheel drive if you wedge a rear tire.

mostly we see people really break stuff when they are running 4000 rpm in low low trying to bump up over some thing. take the time to shift the transfer cases into a higher gear. With this kind of gearing the only thing that is going to stop the tires from turning is some thing breaking.

in low low, over rev is really easy to do. it is like the transmission is in neutral the motor just free rev's.

Re: Has anyone put the 4.70 gear in their single transfer case pickups? [Re: Ralph] #984678 02/10/10 10:55 PM
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ErikB Offline
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"I'd probably recommend 4.0's instead of 4.7's ..."

Who makes the 4.0's? I've done a lot of research and don't remember seeing one.


Advance Adapters makes (or made) 4.0, 4.7, and 5.0 (sold through Inchworm). I'm only seeing 4.7's on their site anymore though???


'97 4Runner, '06 F350, '86 4Runner, '05 WR450
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Re: Has anyone put the 4.70 gear in their single transfer case pickups? [Re: missouriman] #984679 02/10/10 11:05 PM
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ErikB Offline
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my wife and I run duals with the 4.7 in the rear case.
21 spline. that way if anything breaks I can easy grab a stock one and put it in on the trail.


That doesn't make much sense since
1) your spare stock input won't work with the 4.7's you have in your rear case, and
2) the rear (second) input is the one most likely to break since it is subject to much more torque.


And personally, I wouldn't consider pulling and tearing down a t-case on the trail "easy"... <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/shiner.gif" alt="" /> (especially on my rig) but yes, if you have dual STOCK cases, its a cheap, small part that's not a bad idea to carry as a spare (and hope you never need).


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Re: Has anyone put the 4.70 gear in their single transfer case pickups? [Re: ErikB] #984680 02/10/10 11:08 PM
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missouriman Offline
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I mean the whole transfer case.
either a stock rear one or replace both with a single stocker.
course I have the origional drive shafts available too.

or drive one home pull both of them and stick that set in the broken truck.
helps to have lots of stuff laying around.

23 spline stocker would be harder for me to find then the 21's

Re: Has anyone put the 4.70 gear in their single transfer case pickups? [Re: missouriman] #984681 02/11/10 05:40 AM
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Ralph Offline OP
Wheeler
There is a place in Auburn Calif.
They sold rebuilt T-cases.
I had it Book Marked, and lost it.

Does anyone have that link?


Ralph

1991 Toyota 4x4 Standard Cab Pickup.
engnbldr cam and head.
Doug Thorley Headers
Home Made Cat Backs
30x9.5x15 BF Goodrich All-Terrain M/T KM2
Re: Has anyone put the 4.70 gear in their single transfer case pickups? [Re: trcdrunner] #984682 02/15/10 09:38 AM
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Ralph Offline OP
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- on a side note, which could be that you're EFI, I can practically crawl my rig in 1st & Low and brake on a decent with out clutching.. letting the engine help hold her back and braking (no clutching)...
That's a 22r 33"s and 4.30 gears.....


I have 30x9.5 and 4.10s.
And have been wondering just where will this be able to go.
The truck is pretty nice and I don't want to scratch or ding it up, but my mind has been wandering.
I purchased a book from Marlin Crawler, that shows a bunch of trails in Northern California.
I'm not much of a joiner so a club shouldn't interest me.
Plus I work every Sunday.


Ralph

1991 Toyota 4x4 Standard Cab Pickup.
engnbldr cam and head.
Doug Thorley Headers
Home Made Cat Backs
30x9.5x15 BF Goodrich All-Terrain M/T KM2
Re: Has anyone put the 4.70 gear in their single transfer case pickups? [Re: Ralph] #984683 02/15/10 09:54 AM
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kewlynx Offline
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Ralph, you're still good for some moderate wheeling. You'd want to think about 10.50s if considering sand/lake bottom.

4wheeling by yourself can turn into a really bad idea; we have quite a presence here on the board; check out a few threads and outings:

http://www.4x4wire.com/forums/postlist.php?Cat=0&Board=canevcrew

If you didn't know this section existed, then thar ya go. <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/cheers.gif" alt="" />


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Re: Has anyone put the 4.70 gear in their single transfer case pickups? [Re: Ralph] #984684 02/20/10 06:32 PM
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whitetoy Offline
Mudrunner
If you don't want to scratch the nice body, then stay off the tough trails. Why do you want to spend a lot of money to build it up and not use it?


Rick
1984 4Runner
Re: Has anyone put the 4.70 gear in their single transfer case pickups? [Re: whitetoy] #984685 02/20/10 07:56 PM
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Ralph Offline OP
Wheeler
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If you don't want to scratch the nice body, then stay off the tough trails. Why do you want to spend a lot of money to build it up and not use it?


I don't see $400.00 as a lot of money.
It's not performing in rough areas as it could.
I am using it or else I would not know of it's short comings.
I'm not looking for a full blown Rock Crawler, but a rig that will preform well, take me places where a stocker won't go and still look nice.
You don't have to tear it up to fun.

I get a lot of compliments on my truck.
It looks nice, has plenty of power and as it sits gets me in plenty of places others don't go.

I'm just looking for that little bit more and I believe the 4.7 gears will do it for me [Linked Image]


Ralph

1991 Toyota 4x4 Standard Cab Pickup.
engnbldr cam and head.
Doug Thorley Headers
Home Made Cat Backs
30x9.5x15 BF Goodrich All-Terrain M/T KM2
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