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Old 02-23-2013, 11:34 AM   #1
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2013 JK after-market transfer case options?

I have a new 2013 JKU build going (Sport w/ a manual tranny). http://www.wranglerforum.com/f33/201...ld-216242.html

I am looking for options on and after-market T-case. Can anyone give me an idea on what to look for? I have been to AdvanceAdapters.com | Engine & Transmission Conversion Adapters - Advance Adapters, but kind get lost on what to look for.

Any thoughts on whether a 4-speed is better than the 2-speed?
Any thoughts on what gearing, etc I need to look for?

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I've always heard an atlas is the way to go. That's about the extent if my knowledge though . . .

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I think a transfer case mode might be the way to go for us that have 3.21 gearing and are happy with it on the street. I think the one area that they probably suffer most is not low enough crawl speed.
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I think a transfer case mode might be the way to go for us that have 3.21 gearing and are happy with it on the street. I think the one area that they probably suffer most is not low enough crawl speed.
I recently got my Ring and pinyon re-geared to 5.13. I just don't know enough about T-cases to be able to intelligently build one on Advance adapters website.

I'll see what info I get on the forum and then contact Adv. Adapters.
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