The 2Low conversion looks like a pretty easy install, but whats the reason for installing it? When/why have you needed it?
Also what position do you put your T case shifter into to engage it?
I use it 95% of most trails. In fact its kind of fun to try obstacles in 2wd low just to see how good of a line you picked. If not then pull lever back to 4wd low and finish it. It shifts from 2wdlow to 4wdlow on the fly. You just have to be stopped to go from 4wd high to the low gears.
It keeps you in the low gearing but there is no front end bind when turning.
I did it because it makes sense to me, and I couldn't get an atlas in time for moab.
Less front end wear and tear.
It is also helpful taking my boat out of the water because i can still turn on dry pavement and have the low gearing.
It was an easy install, and one of the best bang for the buck mods I have done.
I tried to order an atlas before Moab this year but wasn't able to get it built and shipped in time so I did this and I don't think I care to spend the $ on the atlas now.
I also did the advanced adapters HD shifter linkage kit at the same time. That took more time to do the the 2wd low kit.
Either way, this set up, 2low+HD linkage+electric locker bypass switches, was flawless for my entire 3000 mile trip to Moab.
The shift pattern is
Before I bought it I read that some people complained about difficulty shifting the transfercase from the H gears to the L gears after this mod, like it was stuck or something, but if you are ever so slightly rolling you will never have an issue. At least thats my experience.