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post #1 of (permalink) Old 11-04-1999, 03:09 PM
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recomended T/C for TH350?

I'm shopping for a sb350, th350 ,transfer case for my cj, I'm scrapping the 304, th400, bw 13-18 combination in favor of being able to swap in strongerand wider axles, I don't know too much about transfer cases that are a good fit for the jeep cj's, rock crawling and high speed mud are my favorites.

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Re: recomended T/C for TH350?

i have the quadratrac too and just swapped in a dana 44 from a wagoneer in the rear. even with a 4 inch lift, there are no vibrations.

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post #3 of (permalink) Old 11-04-1999, 04:40 PM
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Re: recomended T/C for TH350?

Just one question, your preferences in types of wheeling caught my eye. High speed mud and rock crawling? Two opposite ends of
the spectrum, if you are going to set up a vehicle for serious wheeling, you better pick one or the other!

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post #4 of (permalink) Old 11-04-1999, 04:46 PM
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Re: recomended T/C for TH350?

<font color=purple> Creeper, yes & no. If we're talking 4-plus rock trails, okay. But, you can set up a mud machine to be decent on relatively tough trails. Most "rock crawling" in North America is NOTHING like Tellico, or the dry washes in the Southwest. And mud can be done with a relatively mild motor. Shoot, even my "competition-only" racer has a hydraulic cam. But, then again, I'm not in "Modified" class either. </font color=purple>


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