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Old December 21st, 2011, 12:34 AM   #1
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I picked up a 90 straight six 5 speed 4x4 f150 a while back with a blown rear end and a no work speedo, I fixed the rear end and checked the speedo cable and cluster witch was good, the speedo gear just spins in the t-case. I had it out a few weeks back took it a part and I can't seem to figure out what holds the gear to the shaft. its an early manual bw 1356 with a 1 piece rear housing, I've searched online for diagrams, parts and other info but the t-cases they show have a removable tailpiece, the speedo gear is worn bad. It's also not the right t-case for the truck, it's got a yoke instead of a slip yoke and someone made a drive shaft for it. I'm just a little lost with it. I'd rather fix it since the t-case is good instead of havin to buy another for it
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Please correct me if I'm wrong but I assume you are trying to replace the speedo cable drive gear? If so here goes, disconnect the cable from the t-case tail housing there should be a 7/16 bolt that goes through a hold down tab and pull it out. If you look at the gear you will see it has a slot cut into it at the top of the gear. There is a small metal clip that pushes through the slot locking the gear in place, use a small screwdriver to pry it loose and pull it out... the gear should slide right off. Hope this helps!
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my issue is with the drive gear on the output shaft of the t-case, the drive gear on the cable is in good shape witch I don't understand either since the shaft gear is worn I did some research last night and I think it's a 1345 case instead of a 1356 despite the tag saying 1356. The 1345 case looks like what I have I just gotta look and see what gear and hopefully find a new gear, I didn't find to many places with gears in stock
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The 1354 transfer case only came in the Ranger based vehicles. The 1356 came in the full sizes trucks. They are not possible to swap because of different bolt patterns. If you have a flange instead of a slip yoke, your transfer case came out of a Bronco. Most junkyards will have the 1356 laying around taking up space, they are common cases. You can also get a stock drive shaft with a slip yoke if you are going to keep it a DD with limited off road use.
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The 1354 transfer case only came in the Ranger based vehicles. The 1356 came in the full sizes trucks. They are not possible to swap because of different bolt patterns. If you have a flange instead of a slip yoke, your transfer case came out of a Bronco. Most junkyards will have the 1356 laying around taking up space, they are common cases. You can also get a stock drive shaft with a slip yoke if you are going to keep it a DD with limited off road use.

Good reading skills....he NEVER said 1354, it was 1-3-4-5 which was available in a full-size truck/bronco.

@burnou302 - If you find out what case you have, I have a couple options for either BW case. For the 1356 I should have a drive gear laying around from one that I sacrificed for my doubler build. Pay shipping and the gear is yours. The 1345, I have a complete case that I haven't much use for, $75 + shipping or however else it would get from me to you.
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Well I'm doin the clutch in the truck this week I'll have to figure it out then, is the 1345 you have a slip yoke or is a fixed yoke on the output, I don't have the money right know with the holiday bull.... but about a month I'll have money to get it
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The 1345 is a fixed yoke, it is missing the front yoke currently, but I have a few laying around that can go on it. I would just need to know what series U-joint you have on your front drive shaft.
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Hey Big Block, it's cool that you want to be a dick on here. Mistakes happen, but since you know it all and are the expert of all experts I will just bow out to your supremacy. Douche.
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