Also referred to as a transfer case, it is an important part of the drivetrain of an all-wheel drive, and four wheel drive amongst other multi-powered axle cars. The job of the transfer gear mounting is to transfer the power from the transmission to the back and front of the axles via a drive shaft. It can also synchronize between the turns of the front and the back wheels. Some of the mountings will also have one or more sets of smaller gears which are ideal for off-road use.
One of the most common signs of a problem with the transfer gear mounting is that the vehicle will lose power. At times, you may have a problem changing gears, or you may hear a grinding noise initially when put into gear. All of this may not necessarily mean that your mounting is faulty, but it is one of the signs that you should get it checked. In most cases it will need to be replaced with a new one of the same type and preferably from the same manufacturer.
Buying a transfer gear mounting is very easy. We have listed all the various parts of the mounting, and you can choose which ones you need. You can also search via part number so that you can buy exactly what is needed. Additionally, if you still need help buying the right transfer case and mounting, then feel free to get in touch with us right way.