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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-07-2001, 08:22 AM Thread Starter
 
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Are there any online instructions posted anywhere to do this conversion? The only thing I realy need is a good picture of the fork after it has been modified. Or possibly some good specs on it. The taking out the bering I'm good on.

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Re: H patern 2WD LOW

IZOOk has awrite up on this. Here is the link:

http://www.izook.com/tech/2wdlow/2wdlow.htm

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http://www.izook.com/tech/2wdlow/2wdlow.htm

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Re: H patern 2WD LOW

Guys,
The modification described in the Izook article is not how you get the H-pattern. It requires a modified shift fork. I ordered one once from Petroworks, and it was tig-welded with a bushing added to it.

I have tried to use a t-case with the ball removed & it was very confusing to me - didn't like it at all.

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Re: H patern 2WD LOW

I agree with OILBURNER, I have a case set up with the ball removed and I hate how sloppy the shifter is. I had my zuk down for about six months and when I climbed behind the wheel I forgot where 2WD high range was. I looked like a fool in front of the house going back and forth searching for the right gear!!

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Re: H patern 2WD LOW

Hey JEEPN,

Any word on the twin stick conversion you were talking about?

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Re: H patern 2WD LOW

Maybe your easy to confuse ..............BAD DAN, BAD DAN......



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I got one here Tim..........hahahahah (evil laugh......!!)

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