To a large degree, Jeeps are what Jeeps are because of their transfer cases. The chances are that your Jeep already has a great transfer case in it. So, read up and discover the details of this critical part of the mix that is your Jeep's powertrain.
The most significant transfer cases include:
The original. The Model 18 is a significant part of history, yet it is still a very relevant transfer case for a great many enthusiasts.
The offspring of the Dana 18, the Dana 20 was the strong "silent-type" and it put a bit of refinement into 4wd.
The culmination of Dana's transfer case engineering, the Model 300 was the final coup in gear drive.
The surprisingly great Model 231 is ubiquitous, enjoying a long production run and a great success in chain-drive.
Jeep clues into the deep gearing craze and releases the Model 241OR RockTrac.
The Model 242 is where things finally start to go well for a differential-ed transfer case
The QuadraTrac was revolutionary gearbox, though it had a bit of a bumpy ride.
Chain drive hits the mainstream, if not yet its stride, in these early New Process transfer cases.
The Model 207 was the springboard for the Model 231. It was generally successful.
Military-grade strength is found in the Model 200, and the Model 200 is found only in the military M715 / M725 trucks.
This pending section will cover the Atlas and Stak transfer cases and the Klune reduction box, which are Dana 300 / NP231 flanged inputs, and typically compatible with any transmission that is adaptable to them.
Guides for rebuilding transmissions.