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post #1 of 12 Old 02-23-2012, 11:27 AM Thread Starter
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stak in a jk

I am looking to put a 3speed stak in my jk. Has any one here done this.

If so I need to know what shifters were used.

I also am having trouble finding out the specks for the trans i need to know what the spline count is for the out put.

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post #2 of 12 Old 02-23-2012, 11:52 AM
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pm Rock Krawler, they used a STAK once.

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We used an Atlas! Mel at Off Road Evolution used a Stak! You might want to give them a call!

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We used an Atlas! Mel at Off Road Evolution used a Stak! You might want to give them a call!

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I thought your ATLAS exploded and you switched to the STAK?

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We had an issue with the Atlas 4 Speed and Advanced took Care of it 100%. Shit happens...

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post #7 of 12 Old 02-24-2012, 04:14 PM Thread Starter
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Thanks for the info.

Rock Krawler what did you have to do to the electronics to keep every thing working. lockers etc.
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We used an Atlas! Mel at Off Road Evolution used a Stak! You might want to give them a call!

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Use too for ORE.
They are running an ATLAS now.


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Thanks for the info.

Rock Krawler what did you have to do to the electronics to keep every thing working. lockers etc.
What does the transfer case have to do with how the lockers operate???

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What does the transfer case have to do with how the lockers operate???
I'd Imagin with the rubi lockers and letting the computer know when the jeeps in 4lo

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Shouldn't all Rubi owners wire them independently? Forget about the factory electronics...

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Shouldn't all Rubi owners wire them independently? Forget about the factory electronics...
Mine work great the way they are. I haven't come into a situation yet where I'd need only my front locker engaged.

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