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finishin 4x4 big thanks with a big surprize!

hey all I got everything all bolted up and now its just connect the d shafts I wanna thank everyone for helpin with all my questions brown 29 well I cant even name you all! again thank you
P.S. funny thing is my 2wd t case was quiet as a mouse I gonna have to get used to the 4wd from what i hear its normal to hear the gears roll but I think it wont be much of a prob when its under the truck??
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Re: finishin 4x4 big thanks with a big surprize!

Glad you finally got it converted to 4wd. Go try it out.
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Hey studly, did you weld/lead fill your rear pig? Congrats on the new zook [img]images/icons/laugh.gif[/img]
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no I am gonna start work on my new rig and new project tonight I run the 4x4 and test her out! yee haww~
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2wd had a t case? why?
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Re: finishin 4x4 big thanks with a big surprize!

Hi range on zukes is not 1:1, so if you don't want to tool up a new ring and pinion, (If it would fit) you plug in 1/2 a Xfer and give it Hi only.
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2wd had a t case? why?

The back axel is off set, with out the t-case the drive shaft from the transmission would be at an angle going to the back axel ( 3rd member).
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everything has a t case and of course it had the original hi in it for gearing if every truck had no t case that would be a lot of direct power and no gear reduction which would be a WILd experience especially with bigger v8's these days I dunno what crap they have come up with but I do know everything from old times had a t case 2 wd or not or I have always seen one ya I could do a dual t case set-up usin the 2wd case in front of the 4wd and that would make the hi 1.985 and the low 3.2 but I am now gonna try to do some work on my new project! member most of this stuff is for sale I know someone wanted the 2wd stuff to build a daily driver rig
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everything has a tcase???

what are you smoking? most 2WD trucks don't have tcases... the only reason samurais have one is to offset the driveshaft, and provide a gear reduction for the UNDERPOWERED engine... you wouldn't need to reduce the gears on the "bigger v8's these days"

the point of having a tcase is to transfer power to the front wheels... something that is not needed on a 2WD car...

almost every 2WD truck and rear wheel drive car has the driveshaft coming out of the transmission going straight to the rear axle...
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