M37b1 Dodge Power Wagon Rebuilt Power Transfer Case + Synchro Transmission Pair on 2040-parts.com
Columbia, South Carolina, United States
Condition:New other (see details)
M37B1 Dodge Power Wagon Rebuilt Power Transfer Case - Two Speed + M37B1 Dodge Power Wagon Rebuilt Syncronized Transmission
Power Transfer case and Synchro Transmission were both rebuilt by M-Series Rebuild in Norwood, NC. They are the best in the business on M37 restorations.
The total cost to rebuild the transfer in August of 2014 was $4,831.74 and that doesn't include the cost of the core used for the rebuild - I still have the invoice.
If you know anything about the work of M-Series Rebuild, nothing is left undone! The inside the case is sandblasted, repainted with epoxy, new gears installed and this is actually better than a new transfer case.
If you are in need of one for your M37 restoration, this is the one to get. You will not find a better power transfer case for your restoration!
Please let us know if you have any questions, we'll be happy to answer. Buyer can pick it up or we can have it sent via Freight on a pallet, if shipping is desired.
Buyer will pay for all costs to crate, pack, and ship.
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