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05-18-2010 05:24 PM
4btcummins yea im gonna get the atlas 2 speed wish i had enough cash for the 4 speed i would love 3 ratios
05-03-2010 09:49 AM
MR.CLIFFORD I say atlas. By the time you rack up all the cost of flipping a 300 you will be in range of an atlas. You get a better case, no headaches, and it won't break first in your situation.
05-03-2010 12:17 AM
morphious ok if you are going to flip a dana 300 its not as simple as it sounds really it's not and its expensive. for what your doing. if your swapping axles in already anyway why not find a front axle passenger side drop and just put that in instead of the drivers drop much easier.
05-02-2010 08:02 PM
4btcummins mines the white wrangler
05-02-2010 07:57 PM
4btcummins Stephen Westcott's Photos - Jeeps | Facebook

public link it should work check out the jeep
05-02-2010 03:18 PM
4btcummins so i guess im goin with the dana 300 with a flip kit any suggestions n where to get one ?
05-01-2010 03:39 PM
Vaultzz I don't have a FB, somebody post his pics
05-01-2010 03:35 PM
4btcummins i just dont know if im about the chain deal in the 231 and mine split like a tin can that kind of ruined it for me
05-01-2010 03:25 PM
4btcummins
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Originally Posted by Vaultzz View Post
Welcome to the forum, and yeah go with the Dana 300, if you manage to break that than you deserve the title "Hardcore Wheeler of the year"

And post some pics of your Jeep, by the specs it sounds like a beast
I tried to post jeep pics the site wont let me heres some on my facebook though

Stephen Westcott | Facebook

THAT BIRD IS HILARIOUS !
05-01-2010 11:55 AM
4Jeepn Of the 3 cases I would take the np231. Tons of parts lower low range than the other two and bone simple to work on. I have ran all 3 of them. Other wise I would run an atlas.
05-01-2010 02:30 AM
Vaultzz Welcome to the forum, and yeah go with the Dana 300, if you manage to break that than you deserve the title "Hardcore Wheeler of the year"

And post some pics of your Jeep, by the specs it sounds like a beast
05-01-2010 01:15 AM
jdhallissey Flip a 300 and make it a doubler so you can do front wheel digs along with have a crawling ratio of super low. Dana 300 are a all gear driven case and basically bullet proof.
05-01-2010 01:09 AM
4btcummins
Dana 300 with flip kit OR Left drop Dana 20

I'm new to jeeps switched from turbo cars an this is confusing for me. I have a

87 wrangler
"36 tsl super swampers
"9 1/2 full traction lift
stock axles(for now dana floating 60's soon)
and hopefully a 4bt cummins soon
I got a POS np231 i was in a deep hole and blew a hole in the t-case the size of a baseball i don't want that to happen again.

I want a tough t-case that wont break and will go in without major machining and hassle these are the two i have come up with (Dana 300 with flip kit or Left drop Dana 20) looking for opinions and places i could buy them.

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