Includes Our Transfer Case Pump Upgrade:
The GM transfer cases use a gear pump inside the case that is driven off the mainshaft. The pump forces oil to the planetary as well as the drive sprocket sleeve. There are 5 tabs around the housing that fit into spots in the rear housing to position the pump. Over time, the pump can start to wear on the rear housing. This issue is referred to as "pump rub". Our Transfer Case Pump Upgrade resolves this problem. Protect your investment by preventing this condition.
Comes with Magnetic Drain Plugs:
Magnetic Drain Plugs catch small debris and help extend fluid life. Kit contains a Magnetic Drain plug and a new fill plug made out of a high strength corrosion resistant 304 Stainless Steel.
Shipped with MA Performance Transfer Case Oil:
Promotes transfer case performance
Increases shifting performance
Dramatically reduces wear
Increases component efficiency
Blended specifically for use in GM transfer cases
May be used in GM, Ford and Chrysler transfer cases
For use in diesel or gas transfercase
Cost effective upgrade for Auto Track II
Performs in manual or electric shift applications
Reduces irritating drive shaft clunk
Increases drive line performance by reducing clutch chatter
Drastically reduces wear on internal components & seals
Note: Transfer Case will be shipped with 2 Quart (64 fluid oz.) bottle. CASE WILL NOT BE FILLED WHEN RECEIVED. One Transfer Case will use 64 fluid oz
Transfer case, December 19, 2018 By Anonymous (Gallup, NM)(Verified)
I'm happy I bought it & installed it. Works great and I happy to know it has the rub through kit in it also.
New transfer case, November 19, 2018 By Dan (Gallup, NM)(Verified)
Boxed great and did not get damaged in the freight even though one corner was crushed down. I like the fact they installed the pump rub kit, I installed transfer case a big job for one old guy but I got it in. Works great. Drive train now feels tight works as it should. Hopefully it will last for years now. The old case was worn and loose in the magnesium rear case. It could go up & down and see the bearing move and the clip for the bearing move up & down so the case was worn causing the rear bushing & seal to go out & leak with not to many miles on it after replacing both. I think they should have used aluminum as they did in the front case for the rear case. It would have solved allot of ware problems. Hopefully the new transfer case has the upgraded fork and carrier in it. Merchant Automotive did a great job getting it to me I have bought from before and will continue to buy from in the furture.