Search next time, LOL! J/kBLT2RCKTRD said:
There are actually two shift rails that are moved by one lever. By installing two levers you can separate the 2WD/4WD function from the Hi/Lo function.4BYnTacoma said:Can someone explain to me what this twin stick business is? I know it has something to do with teh t-case, but tats about all I know.
I must be a dumbass, I have read that entire thing before, and just assumed everyone was talking about the Marlin Twin Sticks.AK98Taco said:Search next time, LOL! J/k
Here's some benefits listed on FROR's site: "The two-wheel drive low range is great for people with a front locker. As those of you setup with a front locker know, the locker keeps pulling you straight when you are trying to turn. With the Twin-Stick, just moving the 2/4 lever into two wheel drive, disengages the front axle, and the locker is no longer pulling you straight. This makes tight turns much easier, while allowing the slow speed control of low range. By having two low, the front axle is relieved from undue stress, and four wheel drive can be re-engaged, even while moving, by just throwing one lever."4BYnTacoma said:So you put an extra stick in so you can have a 2 low option? Maybe its because I am a bit newbish, but I fail to see the purpose of going through the trouble so that you can have 2 low.