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BW 4404 difference

Discussion in 'Under the Hood' started by firecaptain49, December 23, 2004.

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  1. firecaptain49

    firecaptain49 New Member

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    i have a 96 w/bw 4404 awd t-case, it has the 4 bolt circle flange. Went and purchased a bw 4404 w/ 6 bolt cup type flange is there any difference other than front driveshaft? or did i waste my money on new t-case. Ford says spline shaft is different? I don't want to tear into it unless i know.
     
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    Mbrooks420 High Voltage. Elite Explorer EF Vendor

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    Do you mean 4406? The 4404 is the 5.0 AWd case
     
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    A little confused on exactly what you mean. All BW4404 AWD t-cases had a 6 bolt, 31spline input from the transmission, to match the "full size ford" extension housing on the back of the 4R70W.

    There is a cup type flange on the front of the t-case for the front driveshaft, a flange (with 4 bolts) on the rear of the t-case for the rear driveshaft.
     
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    i have a 5.0 awd the t-case on mine has a 4 bolt on front and rear drive shaft the one i purchased has the cup on the front and 4 bolt on rear
     
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    more info: ford part # f77a-7a195-va on the one i purchaced and ford part # f67a-7a195-mb on the one in my explorer.
     






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