I picked up my transfer case last night. Two t cases were included in the deal, one is strictly for parts. The t case I will be using in my 96 5.0L AWD explorer is a 2001 F-150 BW 4406 manual shift this makes me very happy. I will no longer have full time AWD, instead I will have 2wd, 4hi and 4 low, increased RWHP, better MPG, and less tire wear. Also a more capable truck off road for light wheeling (getting to the fishing spot, colorado winters, etc) I have ALOT of research to do before I get started collecting more parts and modifying the t case so it can be installed...I am just beggining this conversion. Once I get a better picture of everything that is needed I can post more. I know I need to get the manual shifter linkage and driveshafts/driveshaft parts at the very least. I will have to figure out how to make a speed sensor talk to my 96 computer from this case, I will have to make this sucker fit under my truck, and I will have to modify some driveshafts to work or the T case itself before I can bolt it in. For now the pictures: Mid 80-90's full size bronco T case (possibly use the driveshaft yokes, sensors, tailhousing, etc we will see): The FSB t case tag: And now the new baby, 2001 BW 4406 manual shift: Oh my 4406 T case has 7 miles on it hahahaha and I bought it for likely less then Ford would pay BW for this case!! Shhhhh....dont tell anyone. Anyone want to buy a 96 AWD t case, work perfect, approx 85K miles.