As far as I know it is not that easy, but if you have time on your side, the right tools and a good space (inside), you should be able to wing it. Lots of videos out there on it. You will have to remove transfer see and take it apart, remove chain, remove shaft, replace with new shaft,...... There s alot more to it but like i said right tools, space an time and you should be able to figure it out. Just make sure you read watch and then read and watch some more!
X3. Having a friend to hand things to helps along with a bottle of locktite and of engine build lube. I did mine under the jeep as well. Had never opened up a transfer case before and it took me around 3 hours.
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