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How to index your Dana 300 transfer case?

This weekend the only time that I had to get pulled was when I got high centered on my Transfer Case. I have read somewhere that you can turn you transfer case up. That would give me 3-4 more inches in the center. I am going to be attaching it to a T-18 soon. Any help is appricated.
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Re: How to index your Dana 300 transfer case?

My local 4wd center (www.Foothills4x4.com) had a Dana 300 indexing plate for sale not too long ago, I'll go there and see if I can find it, its pretty confusing since the site is broken down into 2 different locations..
EDIT: yep here it is top of the page:
http://www.foothills4x4.com/custom_items.htm
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Re: How to index your Dana 300 transfer case?

when you buy the adapter to bolt the d-300 to the t-18, it would be very easy to redrill the holes in the adapter and index the d-300.
otherwise there are a couple of places that sell an indexzing kit...
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Re: How to index your Dana 300 transfer case?

hey oletater, is that shop located in morganton NC
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Re: How to index your Dana 300 transfer case?

No both locations are in South Carolina, one in Travelers Rest and the other in Greenville...
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Re: How to index your Dana 300 transfer case?

I think both the new Novak and Advance adapters are already drilled for clocking.

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Re: How to index your Dana 300 transfer case?

Contact Ken Blume at [email protected] I bought his Go 2 Twister and have been really happy with it. He has been a huge help to me, when a local shop screwed up my T-case he sent me the damaged part to me at no charge. He seams to be a really nice guy willing to help out any way he can.
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