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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-04-2002, 04:49 PM Thread Starter
 
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Here's some pics of my dual tcases, some of my truck, and some of my friend's trucks. I'll be getting more within the next 2 days, of the brackets and the tcases on the floor. I'm just waiting for teh film to finish developing (these were taken with a friend's digital camera).
Obvously not everything is put togeather in this picture. One tcase mounting arm isn't on, as well as the rear tranny mount, driveshafts, shifters, etc.



My samurai sitting in the yard

Art's samurai

George's samurai

George's samurai

Dual tcases

Dual tcases

Dual tcases

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Lookin good! Keep 'em comming!

Thanks for sharing.
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What size and brand are those tires on the black rig?
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There 33.12.5-15 Yokohama SuperDiggers on 15x10 wheels.

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hey anton lookin good man seems like you got it all figured out maybe you can post up a how to so the not so sharp people might get the same idea cause I really think it would be koo!
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dude, your zuk is growin! looks FAWKIN AWESOME man,

hehe, right up on those cases would be nice man ;-)
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yeh, I should have something up by the end of this week. I'll be putting it on my website, under 'tech'. I just goto finish up my Nopiming section first (it's taking FOREVER). Anyways, I'll post some more pics tomorrow and start on that writup. Can't wait to get my Swampers, then it'll be even BIGGER!


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Re: Dual tcase and suzuki pictures

Let me know whae you get the article finished. I'm getting a SJ410 T-case and I'm wanting to do the same thing. How hard was it? It looks really clean! Keep us posted!
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Re: Dual tcase and suzuki pictures

what do you figure your 2wd High High % of reduction is from stock 2wd high?

meaning by adding another t-case, how much reduction do you get for hiway driving...

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Re: Dual tcase and suzuki pictures

I keep looking at these pictures for mounting brakets, but don't see anything coming off the frame? Are these slung off the body some how? Are they independenly mounted? Or mounted together? Wouldn't it be better to mount the tow units onto a big skid plate c/w mounting brakets? How do you isolate them ( rubber mounts) from the frame, but keep the units stiff enough so that they don't twist apart?
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