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Old 10-22-2004, 04:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Rockwell T-223 transfercase

Ok guys, I have SEARCHED as much as you can... Even all over Alaska. What I am looking for is a rockwell t-223. I have been priced up here $2000, and $4000 for a swap in on the one I have. That sounds a bit steep. I was wondering if anyone knew of a place down there in the lower 48 I could try? This goes in a 4x4 f-700 drill truck. And it is divorced from a Clark 5 spd. Thanks, and any help will be greatly appreciated.
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Old 10-22-2004, 05:53 PM   #2 (permalink)
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There are many different models, there is LH drive RH drive, 1 1/2" shafts input and output to the front up to 2" shafts. And this is just ford, also chevy, dodge, IH. A freind will let me konw about one next week, i have 5 of them but can not build one good one from all of them. steve
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Old 10-22-2004, 06:25 PM   #3 (permalink)
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There are over 80 different part numbers for the T223, with A,C,E,H, and M series. Find out what model you have and then go from there. Is the current case non-repairable? Parts are still available from Meritor and I have a PDF of the Maintenance Manual No. 3A in the computer at the shop if you need it. For 4K you should almost be able to buy a new t-case if needed as it is divorced.
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There are over 80 different part numbers for the T223, with A,C,E,H, and M series. Find out what model you have and then go from there. Is the current case non-repairable? Parts are still available from Meritor and I have a PDF of the Maintenance Manual No. 3A in the computer at the shop if you need it. For 4K you should almost be able to buy a new t-case if needed as it is divorced.

I will get ya'll some more info. I dont know anything about this thing. It is in a Ford F-600. Not 700... Missed placed numbers... And of course it is 4 wheel drive. The one that is in there is repairable. See to run the drill on the back of the truck we have to use a pto set-up. And when we got the drill, the oiler wasnt working. So we knew that the previous owners used it without oiling the top bearing. Well, we got the oiler working. But it seems like it was to late. Last week, we found a cup full of metal chunks in it. Looked to be like bearing retainers and such. So I called up the local Six States. And a rebuild kit is $1300. But I will get the serial # off the thing. And it is a passenger side drop. Thanks guys.
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Just curious, what does this thing look like?

I bought a divorced outta a mid-80's Chevy Drill rig, I know its a Rockwell but nothing else. Has input up high with a PTO and brake on the backside at the same height. Both outputs are about 6 inches lower. Any idea? I'd post pics if I had some, its in Blacksheep10's shop I'll see if he can snap a pic for ID.

JasonMT, I'll PM ya, wouldn't mind getting a copy of that PDF.

EDIT: Passenger side drop as well
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Just curious, what does this thing look like?

I bought a divorced outta a mid-80's Chevy Drill rig, I know its a Rockwell but nothing else. Has input up high with a PTO and brake on the backside at the same height. Both outputs are about 6 inches lower. Any idea? I'd post pics if I had some, its in Blacksheep10's shop I'll see if he can snap a pic for ID.

JasonMT, I'll PM ya, wouldn't mind getting a copy of that PDF.

EDIT: Passenger side drop as well

HHHmmm, sounds interesting. Sounds just like what I have. Take a picture of it. Would you be interested in selling it?
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Here are a few drawings from the manual:
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Here are a few drawings from the manual:
The second picture is VERY simular to ours. Ours doesnt have that style yoke end off the PTO. And it doesnt drain oil from the side. The rest looks the same
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weren't they used in deuce trucks?
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in the first pic, it says Rockwell T221/T223. What is the difference between these two transfer cases? I saved the T221 that came out of my GMC when I put the NP205 in, but the T221 shit the bed pretty hardcore. Is the Rockwell worth keeping? I know parts for it are $$$ but how does it compare strength wise to the 205? sorry for the OT.
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The 211/223 are like little and big brothers. The basic design is the same, just different sizes. The parts are very spendy (as with any Meritor product) and probably not worth putting any effort in using for a wheeling rig. Frank has little choice as that 223 is really the heart of his drill rig.
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The 211/223 are like little and big brothers. The basic design is the same, just different sizes. The parts are very spendy (as with any Meritor product) and probably not worth putting any effort in using for a wheeling rig. Frank has little choice as that 223 is really the heart of his drill rig.

It sure is. And if you can Dan. Could you put that parts list, and blow up in with Coles hubs? Would be greatly appreciated.
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The 221 is a POS, most of these i have seen were broken in half. steve
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