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Already been through this. You would have to gut both trannies, put the good 2WD gears and synchros and all other parts in the 4WD case, and you would have to use the 4WD shift rods, and mainshaft. Its a PITA.
 

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jonx4x4 said:
Already been through this. You would have to gut both trannies, put the good 2WD gears and synchros and all other parts in the 4WD case, and you would have to use the 4WD shift rods, and mainshaft. Its a PITA.
You do know that 720's used divoced t-cases, there were no differences between the 2wd and 4wd trannies.
 

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I was woundering the same thing, cause according to the Haynes Manual it listed 2 different types of tranny's So I was woundering the same thing
 

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hlb3 said:
You do know that 720's used divoced t-cases, there were no differences between the 2wd and 4wd trannies.
Well not exactly true...the one difference is the 4x4 kingcabs used the short tailshaft version of the tranny. When the tranny goes out it usually eats out the bearing in the end, ruining the housing. look for this when you rebuild. The other version of the tranny is a long tailshaft type.
 
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