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13-54 Transfer Case Upgrades? Re-Gear? Anything out there?

Out of sheer curiosity I was wondering if anybody had found anything to upgrade the standard 1354 T-Case with? Say 4.0:1 gears or junk of the like. Let me know what you have found, if anything!
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I don't recall seeing anything offered for the 1354 as far as greater reduction, doubler kits, or anything of the sort. I'd imagine it would all have to be custom made.
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I know ALL about Atlas... lol...

Just curious if somebody had found something that I hadn't... keep the idea's flowing if there are any!
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You could build a doubler using another 1354 or 1350 case.

I think T&M made a doubler kit that was discontinued.

I haven't seen any replacement gears for the 1354
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this is about the only thing you can do to a BW1350/BW1354.......
http://www.therangerstation.com/tech.../dualtcase.htm
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I know there is a stubbler kit (if thats spelt right) that basicly adds a doubler kit to the transfer case without having another actually case behind it.
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there are no modifications that can be done to a 1350/54 t-case itslef. It is a chain driven case so there are no deeper gears for it or twin stick setups because of the way the case actually works. You can certainly build a double with some of the kits out there, the stubler is one, but either way you are looking at a minimum of moving the t-case rearward 6-8 inchs for the smallest setup out there. A lot of the doubler kits are setup to be made out of another 1350 or 1354 and all of them require modfications to make the shifters work for the doubler and the original case. The only thing out there that will bolt in and give you deeper gears and a twin stick setup and be the same length is an atlas. You could look around for adapters to bolt on other t-cases like a dana 300 or something that would allow you to use deeper gears, I don't know whats out there for that but there probably isnt much.
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i thought the 1350/54 were belt driven.....i was always under the assumption that the NP205 was the last chain driven t-case in 1/2 ton trucks...
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i thought the 1350/54 were belt driven.....i was always under the assumption that the NP205 was the last chain driven t-case in 1/2 ton trucks...
205's are gear driven, the 1354 and 1350 are both chain driven.
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D.D. Machine (pirate4x4 vendor) and http://4-x-fab.com/ are the only companies that i know of making kits right now. The stubler made by 4xfab is around 800 dollars and is a complete kit. All you need to supply is the stock 1354, it includes everything down to the rtv for it. The DD machine kit is only the new spud shaft and adapter plate.
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205's are gear driven, the 1354 and 1350 are both chain driven.
thats right....i had my info mixed up......
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