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doubler for t case (has anyone fitted a samurai transfer?) #1049093 07/14/12 05:13 PM
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Hello. has anyone attempted fitting a doubler (2 transfer cases) or a transfer case from another vehicle? i do recall someone here writing that he fitted a suzuki samurai transfer case with a reduction kit. (bare in mind- this takes some serious work. a transfer case from another vehicle is not compatible-checked and double checked that issue).


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Re: doubler for t case (has anyone fitted a samurai transfer?) [Re: hadtomer] #1049094 07/15/12 01:15 AM
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Haven't heard of anyone doing a doubler. There is a 3:1 transfer case mod that has been done 1 time. I asked but could not get any specs on it.

Keep us posted on your search.

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Re: doubler for t case (has anyone fitted a samurai transfer?) [Re: Everet] #1049095 07/15/12 05:54 AM
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I think it was a Sidekick t-case not a Samurai, the Sammy has a right side output front and rear I believe. If I remember right they used the Sidekick auto trans tail shaft on the Kia auto trans to use the Sidekick t-case.

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