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Old 06-23-2013, 11:43 PM
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I ran two passes in 4 lo at a local mud bog Saturday, truck ran great and everything seemed fine. I put it in 2 hi after my run to make all the tight turns back to the pits easier on the driveline. When I got to my trailer I put it back in 4 lo to load up, the front tires spun going up the trailer and the rear wasn't pulling at all. I'll tear into it today and see whats wrong, just wondering if any of you have ever had the same issue?
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Old 06-24-2013, 06:09 AM
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I seem to remeber that happening to me back in the day....make sure both of the shift forks are moving freely.

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Old 06-24-2013, 01:11 PM
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It wasn't fully engaged, everything is good. I never knew it would do that, learn something new everyday!
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Old 06-24-2013, 10:22 PM
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I have had that happen under load in the pit before. A ratchet strap around the T case will keep it from happening.
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Old 06-25-2013, 07:20 PM
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Me 3, I actually swapped cases after it did it twice, thought the dogs on the gears may have been worn out
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mine is doing the same thing but it "feels" that it's engaged in 4-lo but only the front spins....any ideas where to look first? do I have to drop the case to inspect it?
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I dont think it is necessary to remove it right away, it could just be slop on the shifter pivots causing the one rail not to go fully into position. I've only seen a few do it but in both cases there was too much play in the pivots or a chunk of mud hanging it up.
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mine is doing the same thing but it "feels" that it's engaged in 4-lo but only the front spins....any ideas where to look first? do I have to drop the case to inspect it?
Snap ring on the rear output shaft can get pushed off and they will do that. Take the rear yoke and cover off.
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Snap ring on the rear output shaft can get pushed off and they will do that. Take the rear yoke and cover off.
Yeah...... I had that happen once.... 2/3 tracksnap ring popped off, good thing I had the rev limiter set....!!!
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Old 09-14-2013, 08:38 PM
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I'm dealing with that issue as well. Made my last 200' pass in front wheel drive I'm pulling my case down because it sounded horrible with all the grinding sounds coming out of it
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Snap ring on the rear output shaft can get pushed off and they will do that. Take the rear yoke and cover off.
Can't be that because 4-hi works and so does 2wd...(forgot to mention that in my response)


I will check to make sure it's fully engaging....but it does feel like it is.
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I decided to pull my original 205 apart and see what all was damaged in it. Doesn't look too bad, cracked the rear shift fork, started to strip the rear shift collar, and stripped half way down on the rear low gear where it meshes to the shift collar. So now the question comes if I want to pull apart one of the other cases I have to rob these few parts from them, or pony up the money for new parts. Priced them at Quad4x4.com and they want $100 for the low gear, $80 for an original or $40 for an offshore shift fork, and a whopping $175 for the shift collar, not to mention any new bearings/seals/gaskets that I'm going to need. So if I'm at least $315-380 just for the hard parts from them before seals and gaskets. Anyone know of any place cheaper or is that the going price for new replacement parts now a days? Just sucks knowing I can get good used 205s ready to run for $50-100.
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If you were closer, you could have my old Ford NP205 for $100. It's in great shape:
http://www.460ford.com/forum/showthread.php?t=165577
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Can't be that because 4-hi works and so does 2wd...(forgot to mention that in my response)


I will check to make sure it's fully engaging....but it does feel like it is.
OK. I"ll remember that the next time it happens to me.
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I had that issue several times when i use to shift in and out of 4lo when racing got pissed one day and kicked the shifter and it started pulling all 4's again. now i just leave it in 4lo and let it go
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