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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-24-2001, 10:36 PM
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dual t-case on a zook

Does any body know if it is posible to put a dual t-case on a zook (short wheel base not a long one)?

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post #2 of (permalink) Old 05-25-2001, 12:17 AM
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Re: dual t-case on a zook

I have herd rumors but never any pics or seen one in person

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awww guys ....comon they are out there......


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Re: dual t-case on a zook

isnt that shannons rig? I just saw a toyota dual tranny in a tracker this last weekend with a marlin adapter plate.

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Re: dual t-case on a zook

Doesn't that make your rear drive shaft really short though? How do you adjust for the angle of the driveshaft and avoid excessive stress on the components?

Just curious...sounds like a cool idea...

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Re: dual t-case on a zook

It was a cv joint high angle drive line specially made for him. Im sure it was 300$+ for it. With his lift and all, it wasnt too short, he was running 33's and it was an elliptical system in the rear.

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Re: dual t-case on a zook

Man what a mess. I think I'd pay the extra bucks for the Klune-V long before that setup. I imagine the rear driveshaft is probably less than a foot long and the way the front one is twisted around doesn't look to good either.

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Round of applause I say....[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif[/img] I've been rack'n my brain try'n to figger out how to do that. The problems I run into with my head is the old "wonder how the back drive shaft will work it" type of thing....and also how to link both together. Check out that 4" drive shaft!!!!!!!!!!! Plus that front one does look kinda delicate.
But I gotta hand it to em.........he must have gearing like a dozer!!! [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/laugh.gif[/img]

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Re: dual t-case on a zook

The toyota dual case setup would be cool. Would have to do a engine swap at the same time though - why not do the Volvo 4-speed swap and have even more gears?

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Re: dual t-case on a zook

The pic above is mike shaffer rig the assassin, & yes they are two transfer case. One is the suzuki sidekick transfer, and the other is a GRS 2. The pic was taken an last years suzi on the rock, near Buck Island Lake,{Event that takes place evey year in August on the Rubicon Trail.) If you need more information on the dual Transfer Case pic above, you can contact Mike Shaffer on this BB or at Shaffer offroading Tel # 1-775-885-9944.

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