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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-14-2003, 02:37 PM Thread Starter
 
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Bolt on T-Cases?

Since you guys answered my questions on rims for my new 33 MTR's I need to know where can I get a T-Case built with the appropriate gears for the cheapest price.

So far I think I've looked at Calmini, Trail Tough, Rocky Road, Petroworks, and Roadless Gear....I'm just not sure who to go through for a number of reasons, since some talk of core charges some don't etc etc.

Thanks for helping this newbie Aaaaagain. [img]images/graemlins/RockOn.gif[/img]

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Re: Bolt on T-Cases?

Are you going to buy the gears or a compleate tcase?
I would rate them in this order TT,petroworks,calmini,
roadlessgear,RR.
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Re: Bolt on T-Cases?

I don't know anyone who can build me one of these.. that would be ideal, since I'd only have to buy the gears, beer, and food. So thats why I figured I'd order a complete case.

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Re: Bolt on T-Cases?

I just saw a 4.89 case for sale for $600 or $700 either here or Pirate???
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Re: Bolt on T-Cases?

Petroworks was running a sale on them the 4:89 sets dont know if it is still good or not youll just have to check
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Re: Bolt on T-Cases?

i would call robbie at http://www.antiochoffroad.com/

i think his grs 1 is 550.00 with a rebuildable core it would have to be shipped to tampa, fl

that's what i would do
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Re: Bolt on T-Cases?

Well I called trailtough, looks like he wants $649 for front and rear third members and $649 for the t-case all geared up for 33's. Of course there's the core charges, but I assume those are refundable once he gets my stock pieces. IT's a lot of money but at least it's done right? Or should I go one at a time?

BTW these prices rock compared to those I was looking at for doing up Grand Cherokee into a trail vehicle.


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Re: Bolt on T-Cases?

It depends on the case, I don't think Petroworks has a 6.1 gear set. So if thats what your after you can cut them out. if your looking for a 4.1 or 4.89 case Petroworks are the only people to do biz with [img]images/graemlins/burnout.gif[/img]
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Re: Bolt on T-Cases?

GaZuk has it right, get a hold of Robbie. You will not be dissappointed.
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Re: Bolt on T-Cases?

Thats not a bad price, but if you get the TCase gears, Im sure we could work out how to do it...I have heard that it is very easy...

Then again,
That is a good package deal and Brent is a great guy...Tom
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