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A new STANDARD in Samurai T-case gearing?

CHECK it out! 5.14 gears for $100 more than 4.16, and no cores!

This has got to be good news. The high range corrects for 32's. Damn good price. Here's what they have to say about them...

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This is our all new, made in the USA Rockcrawler 5.14:1 Transfer Case Gear set. The New Standard!! This kit provides a high range reduction of 18.3% and an awesome low range reduction of 127%. For a few dollars more you can have deep reduction to handle up to 32" tires on the street! The complete kit is sold with input shaft, high output gear, new counter gear, counter shaft &amp; bearings, thrust washers and gaskets. It even comes with oil. This affordability of this kit at this ratio makes this the New Standard for all Samurais with large tires. Kit fits all '86-'95 model Suzuki Samurais.

Part # SS5029 Price $550.00 No core.

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Ithink they are ready to ship or at least pre-order. Just in time for Christmas. ;D
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Re: A new STANDARD in Samurai T-case gearing?

good deal. Samurais have to have some of the best gearing options.
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Re: A new STANDARD in Samurai T-case gearing?

You know, I was just thinking that. For T-case gears, I don't know of any 4x4 that has more options, or ratios so low.

In fact, I noticed that Atlas is all pumped that it's introducing a 5:1 t-case. Whoo-hoo, Zooks have been there, done that, and went deeper.

Hey, you ever gonna make it to Moab? You and Glenn should plan a trip. It's wild, but I warn you, it's HIGHLY addictive (planning my 3rd trip)
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Hey, you ever gonna make it to Moab?

[/ QUOTE ] Yea, one of these years...
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Re: A new STANDARD in Samurai T-case gearing?

Not this year. Our expected windfall fell through.
[img]images/graemlins/frown.gif[/img] Oh well. at least I am finally getting our cost of living
raise that we where supposed to get 3 years ago. (In the last 6 months of our contract no less.)
What can you do?
Maybe next year I should have the bugs worked out of the Motorhome by then.

Samis do have the best/cheapest gearing options out there. price Jeep tcase gears! 4-1 are twice what we pay.
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Hey, you ever gonna make it to Moab? You and Glenn should plan a trip. It's wild, but I warn you, it's HIGHLY addictive (planning my 3rd trip)


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I went once this year and I am gonna try and make it twice next year . Once in the spring for a week and then the month of Oct again .
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Re: A new STANDARD in Samurai T-case gearing?

Time to start saving my coins!
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