Quote: My pics are all Mitsu stuff, The trans being a V5MT1, and if I am correct is a Super Select/ Activetrac transfer. Might just be a part time transfer.
From the right side I would say that is a regular part-time case, BUT... The left side looks different. Haven't seen one like that before. The part-time cases have a large gusset web that runs from the side of the case out to the front output. Your case is much larger on that side and as a result the gusset web is much smaller.
Here's a photo of the left side of my doubler case:
Remember that I cut off the front output housing. Notice how the case is much smaller? Just below and forward of the fill plug is the web I speak of. Notice how it is much larger than your case:
Also, I think your smoking gun might be the number of switches mounted on the case. The part-time case only has about two or three. The active-trac cases have five or six. I don't remember the exact number for sure.
Where did you find this case? Was it from the US?
I also would like to mention (in case Kane would be interested) that the configuration of the shifters could most likely be changed. While poking around inside these t-cases, I've notice that the cases are built to allow for the shifers to be swapped from one side to another. To prove my point, check out 4EPajero's pic:
To do so would most likely involve sourcing a few select parts from overseas.
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