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2 wheel drive low ???

Now that I got my T-case apart, where would I find out how to convert it so I have the two wheel drive low...??? Please and Thankyou...
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Re: 2 wheel drive low ???

<a target="_blank" href=http://www.izook.com/tech/2wdlow/2wdlow.htm>http://www.izook.com/tech/2wdlow/2wdlow.htm</a>
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Re: 2 wheel drive low ???

Is this recommended? I heard that it can be really notchy feeling, and you are never really sure what gear you are in. Or is it O.K.?
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Re: 2 wheel drive low ???

if its the losing a ball mod, once you get a feel its easy, and its not hard to learn
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Re: 2 wheel drive low ???

if your 4wd indicator works it is easy to tell what is going on but if it goes out it might take a while to figure out where you are.
another thing i found is it is kind of hard to catch both rails my shifter allways wanted to slip off one or the other so i ground flats on the end of the shifter now it catches the shift rails realy well ( the end of the shifter is like a ball. now it is flat on the front and back sort of like a disk)
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Re: 2 wheel drive low ???

there is another article in izook.com that shows how to "prep" the shiftforks to get a


2 H
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shift pattern (kindalike a Dana 20 twinstick) ... anybody got the link handy?

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Re: 2 wheel drive low ???

if i rember right the forks are like 40 bucks from petroworks it requires welding in a notch on the fork some and cutting the other out further
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