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Thread: Jeep TJ 4wd Question

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    I have Novak. Had it for years. Required for my UCF tummy tuck. Never been a problem.
    The key to the 4 Hi to 4 Lo shift or vice versa is have the Jeep transmission in neutral and have your Jeep rolling slowly, like less than 1 mph. Then move the lever very very quickly. You'll feel it "pop" into gear with experience.
    A properly adjusted Novak is a dream. The factory linkages is crap, but it works smoothly if done as described.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jranso04 View Post
    Thank you for the help though. I’ll have to do more research on it.
    What did you end up doing? No way, no how is the cable harder to adjust than the stock linkage. It's a straightforward install, too. 2 to 3 hours for a typical slow going driveway job. Adjustment is silly simple.

    Greater concern is the popping out of the selected range. Likely the stock linkage as pointed out, but small chance the box is wanky.

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