New Process Transfer Case Chain
(1) Transfer Case Chain
- The transfer case chain is the second biggest headache when you own one of these units. In our experience, the chains start to stretch around 160,000 to 200,000 miles. When the chain stretches a number of things can happen. One sign of a stretched chain is a loud popping sound heard when the transfer case is under load. That sound tells you the chain has stretched enough to skip on the teeth of the sprockets. At that point, not only are you eating up sprockets, but you're sending metal through your transfer case. Don't let metal go through your planetary or the cost of your rebuild just went up significantly!
- Rigid Axle is proud to offer our customers a full line of differential, transfer case, and transmission parts. We specialize in complete rebuild kits for domestic cars and trucks. Give us a call with your year, make, and model and we'll build you a custom kit for your build!
- Chevrolet C5500 Kodiak (2004-2009)
- Chevrolet C4500 Kodiak (2004-2009)
- Dodge Ram 5500 (2008-2010)
- Dodge Ram 4500 (2008-2010)
- Dodge Ram 3500 (2003-2009)
- Dodge Ram 2500 (2003-2010)
- Dodge Ram 1500 (2003-2010)
- Ford F-550 Super Duty (1999-2010)
- Ford F-450 Super Duty (1999-2016)
- Ford F-350 Super Duty (1999-2010)
- Ford F-250 Super Duty (1999-2010)
- Ford F-250 (1999)
- Ford Excursion (2000-2005)
- GMC C5500 Topkick (2004-2009)
- GMC C4500 Topkick (2004-2009)
- Ram 3500 (2011-2020)
- Ram 2500 (2011-2020)
- Transfer Case Model: New Process NP271, NP273.
- Chain Width: 1.5 Inch
- Chain Link Count: 49 Links