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Timbuddha said:
Has anyone inquired about this stuff?
That traction bar looks sweet!!
hey tim,
do you know a price for it? Thanx,Wes
 

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flatlandtacoma said:
Have you greased your slipjoint? That helps quite a bit.
Yeah, it's been freshly greased. Things have cooled down recently though so it may not be slipping as easily as it was before the cool down.
 

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dude, show them the cool tcase thingee ;)

no more dangling tcases, weee!
 

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I wonder what that clocking does to the driveshaft tho.
 

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That does look nice. Looks like it creates a few more inches of clearance for the tcase. NOt a bad idea.

Brian
 

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Clocking has no effect on the rear shaft and raises the front shaft in a clockwise (looking from back to front) manner.
 

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jtaco1 said:
I wonder what that clocking does to the driveshaft tho.
Well I assume since they market and sell it, the effects can't be that bad...if any. I know guys who run clocked cases on other rigs and have never hard problems.
 

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CronusTRD said:
Clocking has no effect on the rear shaft and raises the front shaft in a clockwise (looking from back to front) manner.
Yeah, but how the hell are you supposed to shift? I'm guessing this is designed around the pushbutton 4wd? My transfer shifter would be pretty useless if I tried to do that... :eek:
 

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ShowStop said:
Yeah, but how the hell are you supposed to shift? I'm guessing this is designed around the pushbutton 4wd? My transfer shifter would be pretty useless if I tried to do that... :eek:
It's pretty easy to cut and re-weld the shifter in a better location. I have done this before :D
 

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ShowStop said:
Yeah, but how the hell are you supposed to shift? I'm guessing this is designed around the pushbutton 4wd? My transfer shifter would be pretty useless if I tried to do that... :eek:
the shifter is cut off at the top of the case and you have to weld in an adaptor that changes the position of the shifter back to where was originally. They are working on a kit for this.
 

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GEEEZ he originally quoted me 269 for that trac. bar but i guess that was about 2 months ago and he said he wasn't sure totally of the price. That is a hell of a design though.
 
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