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Old 11-12-2019, 11:56 AM
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Anyone using the Teraflex 2Low Shifter kit?

Just curious if anyone is using it as well as your impressions. Seems interesting, and I can see it being pretty useful, especially on manual transmission Jeeps like mine where you're stuck with the speed 1st gear allows in 2WD high.

https://teraflex.com/shop_items/jk-2...ift-sector-kit

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I would if I had a Rubicon 4:1 transfer case. There are a lot of situations where 2 Lo is really handy.

Unfortunately, I have a standard NP241 transfer case and not a NP241OR.

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I would love to have a 2L option. Where does it go? Inside the transfer case? States 5 hour install time, so can't be too involved.

Now I know there is some R&D cost in there, but almost $300!!?? A machine shop with a CNC water jet and lathe could make that part in the $50-$75 range.
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I have a Chevy drivetrain in my FJ-40, and I twin sticked the NP205 transfercase. It is fantastic on tight trails, and if I had a Rubi I would look into this. It would be nice if you could choose front or rear digs, but then your getting into Atlas land.

I actually use just the front diff more than just the rear - but on a JK having a choice of both locked or just the rear would be worth it if you run tight slow trails.
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I loved the option of 2 low on my MJ, using a cable to operate the CAD.
Haven't found anything for the regular JK, guess at this point it probably won't get made.
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I would love to have a 2L option. Where does it go? Inside the transfer case? States 5 hour install time, so can't be too involved.

Now I know there is some R&D cost in there, but almost $300!!?? A machine shop with a CNC water jet and lathe could make that part in the $50-$75 range.
Yea, the price is shocking, especially when you see how simple the part is. I guess you're paying for that sticker, lol.
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2-low should be standard like it was a long time ago.
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