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I have a '94 Grand Cherokee (ZJ). I am installing a new chain in the transfer case and have come up to a very tight nut. I have tried heat, PB "Blaster", etc. Is there a Jeep guru on this board, or can anyone recommend a mobile mechanic service that can come to my home and get this Fxxker off so I can install new chain? (P.O. had chain removed, for some odd reason, warm climate vehicle)
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might be reversed thread bro. there is some of those in t-case.
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the chain was prolly removed because the viscous coupler is shot. is it a AWD? its common on those bad boys.

which transfer case is it? pretty sure there is no left handed threads in there. and if you have a decent 1/2" impact, it should come loose. there is nothing in a t-case that should be that tight.

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Have you tried a impact wrench?
I do have one, but my 4gal compressor not up to the job (not enough air flow per minute) though the impact goes up to 350lbs.
Thread is counter clockwise.
Nope, not AWD, part-time only. P.O. said it was removed to save on MPG and wear/tear on trans. Cant imagine there would be that much difference in either by removing chain.
It is a 231 TC. This nut should be at 110 - 130lbs. It is the big honkin nut that is on the front yoke side of the front output shaft.

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WuuuDoggie!
Went to Harbor Freight and got an electric impact (240ftlbs). worked like a charm and the tool did not blow up in my face.....bonus.
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Went to Harbor Freight and got an electric impact (240ftlbs). worked like a charm and the tool did not blow up in my face.....bonus.
thanks for the advice!
How much was the impact?
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On sale for $49.99. Regular price $60-something. They had a lot of them, comes in a not so bad carrying case too. It was a 1/2 inch. Good price on Impact sockets too.

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On sale for $49.99. Regular price $60-something. They had a lot of them, comes in a not so bad carrying case too. It was a 1/2 inch. Good price on Impact sockets too.
another example of the greatness of harbor freight, love that place even if half their stuff is junk, the other half rocks
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