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post #1 of (permalink) Old 09-06-2000, 10:33 AM
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T-case mountings

Any ideas for stonger t-case mountings,I've just twisted 2 in half.Not much fun watching your t-case lever dissapear through the floor.managed to get home by cable tying the box to the chassis.I've bolted through the old mounts for now with m10x80 bolts,but it's not ideal.It's stronger but there is now very little flex in the mounts.

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Re: T-case mountings

There are several vendors that sell reinforced t-case mounts. Here are a couple of them.

<font color=red>Trail Tough....</font color=red>http://www.trailtough.com/drivetrain.htm
<font color=red>Rocky Road.....</font color=red>http://www.rocky-road.com/tcasemount.html

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Re: T-case mountings

Check out Spidertrax. They have a new super beefy mount kit. And a killer S/S t-case arm coming out!

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Re: T-case mountings

If you are ripping your TCase mounts and arms that is a sign of a bigger problem. The tougher you make your TCase mountings the bigger the chance is that you are going to rip the bolts right our of the TCASE itself, and then you will have to get a new case and rebuild the thing.

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Re: T-case mountings

Hawk Suzuki also sells what appears to be a really heavy duty transfer case mount....It uses the stock emergency drum brake bolt holes that come on all samurai transfer cases stock. No holes to drill and tap.

http://www.hawksuzukiparts.com/whati...tcasemount.htm

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The broken mounts are the originals,they haven't done bad for 14 years of abuse.I am just looking for a mount that looks like it can handle more abuse than standard.

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