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post #1 of 6 Old 04-16-2010, 05:15 PM Thread Starter
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So I am looking as this as a future upgrade but do not know how this affects the rig and its capability.....nor do I know anyone close by running this upgrade.

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post #2 of 6 Old 04-16-2010, 05:23 PM
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Low range case for the automatics, I see no downsides, if I had an automatic this would be one of my first upgrades for sure
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Yep. Highly advantageous for the auto tranny guys. Too bad they don't make something similar for the 6spd.


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The rubicrawler just gives you multiple low ranges. If you start with a rubicon, you get a normal 2.72 low, 4:1, and 11.xx:1.

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Yep. Highly advantageous for the auto tranny guys. Too bad they don't make something similar for the 6spd.
I keep thinking about a Klune, or just selling the 241 and buying a 4 speed. The money would be similar after you recoup by selling the stock case.

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AA Rubicrawler

I have one in mine, I like it. (Eddie does't like it)
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Maybe an option for the 6spd guys....

http://www.northwestfab.com/blackbox.html

I'm told it'll bolt up between the 6spd and the Rubi case, I'd assume it'd work with the non-Rubi case as well.

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