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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-07-2001, 04:55 PM
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t-case ? and snap ?

The Samurai t-case gives you some gear reduction, even in two wheel drive? If this is true then the crawler type gear sets also give you even lower two wheel drive gearing as well as 4-lo? Helps with bigger tires on the street?
Snaps, while looking for snaps & a tool to replace snaps in my soft top I managed to lose one of the snaps that screws into the body. Where can I get these to match the OEM Samurai thread?
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Re: t-case ? and snap ?

yes samurai t-cases do give some reduction and a GRS 1 case gives 12% in high range

You can obtain any snap used on the body or soft top to fasten the soft top to the body at home depot or revy in the fasteners section, i even found the little snap things that are used on the tail gate and the soft top.. pretty cool.

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Re: t-case ? and snap ?

I use the same snaps to hold my fender flares in place, got them at Wal-Mart in the crafts section.

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