I've moved to CA and this transfer case is the last thing I have left in MD (zip code 20876). It is a BW1354 with zero miles. This is just for the tcase, no shifter included.
Please pick up before Monday March 13 cauz I won't be back in MD for at least a few months.
Jumped on a plane with my bike two weeks ago to do the IMBA-Epic route on the east side of Lake Tahoe, CA and wowzers, the scenery was just jaw dropping.
IMGUR album: http://imgur.com/a/8Bbdv#7
one image from the album above:
Been raining quite a bit here in the mid-Atlantic over the past few days and so the rocks/boulders were extra slippery with moss on top. "Trialing" over boulders was sketchy at best, and forget putting your foot down cauz your shoe just slips right off off the rock.
Could be a few things - but from what you've posted, another part of the vehicle that can exhibit that behavior / noise is the rear axle. To be more specific, if the rear axle's pinion gear is loose, it wobbles a little bit and this, along with improper gear engagement, will cause a noise as you...
Don't have the part numbers but if you are specifically looking for the clutch pack (which I'm assuming as that is what this thread is about), then here are some sources:
So a few of my friends and I left at 6am yesterday to do a scouting ride at North Fork, West Virginia and holy crap my jaw dropped to the valley floor at each and every lookout. This is the most epic trail I've ever done.
of course, me:
the ridge we just rode laced with raw singletrack full...
Set it flat on the ground, set a good size piece of wood on one side of the tire (so as to make a ramp) and drive a car/truck/SUV up that piece of wood - that'll break a bead (if not, the piece of wood ;)).
FWIW - spring rate decisions are not really dependent on the axle but the vehicle weight. If this is for off-road, then it would probably not perform as well as the stock spring since it would probably be too stiff (as stated) and also therefore not flex as easily (it would be like having a...