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post #1 of (permalink) Old 01-12-2000, 06:55 PM
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gears or grs.

ok 88.5 zuki lift and 31 inch tires.now to get some power back do i do gears or a grs.unit?if gears which ones?
the zook spends most of it's time on road
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 01-12-2000, 08:12 PM
 
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Re: gears or grs.

I think the transfer case would be a lot simpler. IMO removing your existing t-case and bolting up the new t-case is the way to go. While your under there go ahead and replace those stock t-case arms with some stronger ones. I think the GRSII would be the best choice. Please remember this is just my opinion.

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Re: gears or grs.

About how much does the GRSII cost? How much does it change your gearing? Thanks Mark...

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Re: gears or grs.

Here's hoping this answers some of your questions http://www.petroworks.com/products.h...uctions System

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Our "GRS" systems on the rebuilt transfer cases are the lowest cost by far. For example, our 4.89 gears (the same as the GRSII) runs $1114 instead of $2,000. If you have questions about the gears, a rebuilt tcase, or installation of any of them please feel free to email back to me [email protected]

BTW, transfer case gears are the best by far. Axles gears weaken your drivetrain and don't offer the extreme low ratios of low range to make your Zuk an unstoppable tractor.


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post #6 of (permalink) Old 01-13-2000, 10:45 AM
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Re: gears or grs.

Lower the gears in the transfer case. The Mega Crawler from Rocky Road Outfitters will put you right back to normal for the street if your running 31's. But it'll let you crawl very well off-road ;-)

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post #7 of (permalink) Old 01-13-2000, 02:46 PM
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Trail Tough has 4.16or GRS1 kits for $299. It wont
correct you compleply but its cheep. If you want it
corrected right and dont mind spending the money go
with the GRS2 from RRO or Petroworks.

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Re: gears or grs.

I like the price of the last post . Where is Trail Tough , they don't happen to have a web site at all . Any one have any contact details as I'm not in the Usa .
Cheers Monty

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There web page is www.trailtough.com

post #10 of (permalink) Old 01-14-2000, 09:30 AM
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Re: gears or grs.

their gears are actually $399 but that is still a $91 dollar savings compared to rro

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