Quantcast Figure 27-2. Typical Conventional Transfer Assembly for 6X6 Vehicles

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6 x 6 vehicles have a separate provision for each driving
Section II. 27-3. General (Fig. 27.2 ). The conventional
axle and a provision for the front driving axle.
transfer case provides full-time torque to the rear axle.
Torque transmittal to the front axle is selected by the
27-4. Typical Operation (Fig. 27-4).
operator through linkage to a floor-mounted lever.
Torque transmittal within the transfer case usually is
through gears.  Some light-duty applications utilize a
a. High Range. When driving both the front and
chain within the case to transmit torque to the front
rear axles in the high range (1:1), the external teeth of
driving axle. Transfer cases that are used in some
the sliding gear (splined to the
1.
MAINSHAFT CONSTANT MESH GEAR
8.
DRIVE SHAFT CONSTANT MESH GEAR
2.
MAINSHAFT SLIDING GEAR
9.
REAR AXLE (FRONT UNIT) DRIVE SHAFT
3.
MAINSHAFT
10.
DRIVE SHAFT CONSTANT MESH GEAR
4.
REAR AXLE (REAR UNIT) DRIVE GEAR
11.
FRONT AXLE DRIVE SHAFT
5.
REAR AXLE (REAR UNIT) DRIVE GEAR ASSEMBLY
12.
DRIVE SHAFT SLIDING GEAR
6.
IDLER SHAFT CONSTANT MESH GEAR
13.
IDLER SHAFT LOW SPEED GEAR
7.
IDLER SHAFT
14.
IDLER SHAFT CONSTANT MESH GEAR
Figure 27-2. Typical Conventional Transfer Assembly for 6X6 Vehicles
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