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post #1 of (permalink) Old 12-11-2002, 11:18 AM
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dual toy t-cases?

Hey all,

Picked up a complete beater toy mini-truck for swapping the axles into my 87 zuk. Also came with a spare tranny/t-case in the bed. So now I have two complete toy t-cases (you can probably guess where I'm going with this now

So I'm wondering if anyone has tried putting Marlin's dual t-case setup into their zuk? One could use the Ott Industries divorced adapter. If the stock divorced driveshaft was shortened (don't know how much shorter one could make it) could it be squeezed into a zuk? Would the rear axle have to be moved back a lot?

Anybody know if this would be worth it? Are the toy t-cases much stronger than the zuk t-case?

Just wondering, figured someone has tried this setup before.


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Re: dual toy t-cases?

do a search on Pirate4x4.com
lots of stuff there on dual cases.
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Re: dual toy t-cases?

Tdavis on the POR has this better if you lengthen your zuk or find a LWB zuk
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