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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-31-2002, 07:24 AM Thread Starter
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Babylobster T-case - For Sale

It's official....

My SJ410 t-case is for sale. I've been running this case for a little less than a year. It runs quiet and I've had no problems with it. The oil was changed right before the Spring Zuwharrie and the oil looked great(clean). It has a new(less than a year old) shifter sheet in it. I'm selling the case with the 12mm flanges on it. This means that for those of you with 12mm flanges...this t-case will bolt right in.

For those of you that don't know...the SJ410 t-case is 12% lower in High and Low range. This will correct for 30 to 31 inch tires. Run this case as is or...send gears from your stock case and the 410 case to TrailTough and he'll cut and weld them into the 4.16 low range.

How much do I want for this t-case?????
Make me an offer over $200 and we'll talk. Highest offer wins.
I want to offer the t-case here first...if it doesn't sell then I'll post it on E-bay.

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Thought I'd bump it for ya. I would take it but I already bought one from wanderer4x4. Anyone interested this is a good deal, I know aftermarket 4x4 sells them for something like 300. IMO the 12% would be perfect for someone who has a 31" tire and who's primarily a mudder or duner.
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Is the 12mm flange pre or post 88.5?
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You might need to measure your flanges....I have an 88.5 and it has the 12mm flanges.

I'm not sure when they went to the 14mm....
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I have a 93 that runs 35's and have 5:38's in the axels with a 1.3 efi.How much would this improve the crawling ability on my sammy?And what exactly do I have to do for the 4.16 range,if needed?
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some 88.5s are small, then they went to large halfway through.. Probably after they uused the supply of them up
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Those cases are bolt on for 12MM flanges. It lowers your high range by 12% and your lowrange 12%. I'm not sure how to describe it in driving conditions, I'll let you know when I get mine on. The only place I've found them any cheaper is on ebay where they normally go for about a $100.00. I bought mine from wanderer 4x4 for 120.00 but he lives in canada so shipping was another 60.00.
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Re: Babylobster T-case - For Sale

Last chance to buy this t-case....

Current bid is $220.

Bidding ends tonight at 9pm est
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