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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-26-2001, 04:40 PM
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transfer case arms

I need to get some new transfer case arms cause I'm gonna be runnin grs2. I like RRO new arm cause it is one of the strongest designs I have seen yet. What do you guys think? Does anyone make a stronger arm and who would it be? Is it hard to make your own? Thanks!

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Re: transfer case arms

Ive made my own arms and they are super beafy. another upgrade you sould do is beafed up T.C. mounts, They are quite easy to make also.

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post #3 of (permalink) Old 08-26-2001, 08:34 PM
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Re: transfer case arms

i use HARDCORE 4X4 t-case arms. they are super beefy like all Tim's stuff!!! we also use the Spidertrax poly mounts in place of the stockers. according to your signiture you got quite a rig.....got any pics?? Really interested in the coil suspension.

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Re: transfer case arms

No matter whose arms you use-you need to do the poly bushing mounts.I lost a new GRS1[SIDE BROKE OUT OF IT] when the stock bushing tore apart.Good luck,RR

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Re: transfer case arms

Gotta agree with RR just tore my stock rubber mount off yesterday, I lucked out no real damage though.

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post #6 of (permalink) Old 08-27-2001, 12:40 AM
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Re: transfer case arms

I tore open a case but that was because the front mount of the long arm was pretty much solid. ie there were no bushing above or below the arm of tranny cross member. I have been using the stockers for years, no problems yet. I like the poly kit from Spidertrax though, I have installed one, with RRO arm at the same time on a buddy's rig. Gotta say though, the RRO arm was a pain to get in. We ended up having to bend the part that wraps around to make it fit right. The part that wraps around runs VERY close the output flange of the t-case. To the point that it rubbed it a bit. Spidertrax has arms you might ask them about them. The long arm is the strongest I have seen yet, so is the short side. They havent marketed them yet, but Im sure they could make ya a set.

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