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**DONOTDELETE** 06-09-2001 03:49 AM

Quadratrac
 
i have had a lot of local guys put down the quadratrac i have never had a problem but is there a problem? and if a problem comes up like a replacement issue should i swap it out or keep it?

was that a pigeon again or a jack rabbit

badvibrations 06-09-2001 05:20 AM

Re: Quadratrac
 
This was recently discussed on the shortwheelbase board. Excellent information posted by CJDave. Do a search on the swb board with "13-39" and it will take you to the thread.

Why drive a luxo-box SUV when you can lay in the dirt busting your knuckles under old iron? '77 CJ-5, '64 S2A Land Rover

**DONOTDELETE** 06-10-2001 01:08 PM

Re: Quadratrac
 
I've never had any trouble with mine and the chain and sprocket are pretty beefy compared to other chain drives. The chains do stretch and should be replaced every 60k. The system works well if the fluid is kept up and the unit is not overly abused, and there's not a huge difference in mileage when converting to a part-time kit, probably not worth the extra expense.

Chris



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