We are Transfer Case Express, Inc. and we specialize in American transfer
cases. We carry the following brands: New Process
, and Borg Warner
Our primary goal is to provide quality and customer satisfaction. We have been in business since 1998 and
have an excellent rating with the Better Business Bureau.
We have 3 facilities (the remanufacturing center and two distribution centers) where new and remanufactured
(as good or better than rebuilt) American transfer cases are available. The facilities are located at:
500 UCCI Way
Spartanburg, South Carolina 29303.
and 2nd is at:
357 Nevada St., #40
Auburn, California 95603
and a 3rd location is at:
4830 Whirlwind Drive
San Antonio, Texas 78217.
500 UCCI Way
Spartanburg, South Carolina.
A few of our customers have asked how we can keep our prices so competitive. It is not because we
cut corners. We are a wholesale house supplying transfer cases to transmission shops,
repair shops, and car dealerships (new & used). We own both our locations, inventory
and latest in machinery techology. Now that we are on the net, we can pass the savings onto you.
See our listing of new and remanufactured transfer case makes and
Our product is equal if not far better than our competitors. The current industry tools we use save labor
and time which means we can pass the savings onto our customers.
We replace all bearings, seals, fork pads, viscous (when the unit has them) and chains (chains are
Morse and only Morse chains).
- Choose a business that really knows transfer cases. Talk is cheap from the shop but
expensive for the customer.
- Make sure they replace all bearings, seals, fork pads and chains. Be sure they use Morse chains.
The best way to check is to have your repair shop drain the fluid. Check for the following:
- Is there any fluid? *
- Does the fluid smell "burnt?" *
- Is the fluid silvery in color? *
- Are there metal pieces in the fluid? *
* 95% of the time these signs will indicate if the transfer case is bad.
IMPORTANT: Notes on
4WD and AWD transfer cases:
Be aware that 4WD and AWD transfer case assemblies are sensitive to front and rear tire diameter mismatching,
especially with transfer cases that contain viscous couplings. Some transfer cases that are especially affected
include NP 149
, NP 247
, NP 249
, BW 4410
, and BW 4472
models, all of which have viscous couplers.
The manufacturer New Venture Gear asserts that the tire diameters should be within 1/16 inch
(or just under 1/4 inch circumference) all around.
Failure to keep tires within specification tolerances WILL cause premature failure of the 4WD and AWD units.
TO PLACE YOUR TRANSFER CASE ORDER.
CALL US FOR A QUOTE ON TRANSFER CASES NOT LISTED.