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Thread: Transfer case swap questions

  1. #11
    Fresh Catch
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    Apr 2019
    While I can’t help you with your question, I do recommend installing the Advanced Adaptor tcase shift. Made getting into 2Lo easier for me and added protection from the $5-10 plastic part failing while on the trail. Yes, it’s expensive and you can buy a shit ton of those plastic things but the tcase is already out so why not... btw love my 2Lo kit, it’s amazing!

  2. #12
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    Aug 2019
    Let's try this:

    A picture from another forum shows this kind of input shaft for a manual (the one on the right):


    The one I have is this:


    Any idea if this one would be long enough?

  3. #13
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    May 2017
    You have the Jeep. You have the transfer case. Just try it and see.

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