Yes I am. 4.10'sThanks guys this is informative, I have some reading to do. Dudeman- are you running stock gears in your difs?
You just had to say that before Takeover didn't you. Good luck to ya.With that being said, I have a 4.10 Tacoma elocker axle in the back of my 4 Runner with dual cases and 4.7 gears - knock on wood, I haven't broken anything yet with heavy 37's.
Well, you can wire the ADD to a switch...then you would have shift on the fly. So the access roads aren't my concern. It's the fact that you mentioned...cost. But, I got time to save and not in any huge hurry.It doesn't have to be, but it is ideal with the gears in the back. Also going with a geared Lefty, you end up with the situation that Mark mentioned with gearing on access road and what not.
Your approaching or surpassing the cost of and Atlas II transfer case with a geared Lefty with chromoly parts. I highly doubt you would break an Atlas.
running the setup you have you will never break a tacoma transer case either even with a crawl box in front of it.. like Andy said scott has never had a problem with his transfer cases and he isn't exactly easy on his stuff and also the reason he runs a tacoma t-case is because the lefty wasnt even out yet when he did his dual case setup so thats the reason for the 5.0:1 gears in the crawl boxWell, you can wire the ADD to a switch...then you would have shift on the fly. So the access roads aren't my concern. It's the fact that you mentioned...cost. But, I got time to save and not in any huge hurry.
Your right, I'd never break an Atlas (or even a lefty for that matter). I'm not extremely hard on my truck at all.
Dammit...everyone's trying to coax me into goin to TO. Can't make it this year. Don't worry about those pics. I doubt I'll be going with triple sticks anyways.I have pics on my home pc, but it isn't working right now, so you'll have to come see it at TO!
I haven't had any problems with the setup I have, besides a leak that I can't seem to stop.