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transfer cases... divorced and options behind a 5r55e

What options are out there for divorced transfer cases behind the 5r55e?

What transfer cases are clockable?

I know the tranny would need to be switched to a 2wd transmission but i am just wondering who has all researched this and what options are out there?
 
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i know Dana 24s are divorced..i think dana 300s and np205s but dunno if they will work on the tranny
 
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Any divorced case will work behind any 2wd tranny, its just matters if you have enough room. Can I ask why your looking into a divorced case? If your looking for a better low range, just get a doubler.
 
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Originally Posted by HighRollerII View Post
i know Dana 24s are divorced..i think dana 300s and np205s but dunno if they will work on the tranny
I dont think there is a divorced version of the 300 but I could be wrong. Not all 205s are divorced style cases. plus Divorced 205's are hard to find and kinda pricey.
 
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if you find a divorced NP205, grab it no matter what it cost because you can resell it if you don't use it...they are VERY hard to find....

i doubt there is enough room under a Ranger for a divorced t-case.....but any 2wd transmission will work with a divorced t-case..

i agree with the doubler...
 
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Originally Posted by redranger4.0 View Post
Any divorced case will work behind any 2wd tranny, its just matters if you have enough room. Can I ask why your looking into a divorced case? If your looking for a better low range, just get a doubler.
Do you have any links to a doubler setup?
 
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Not enough room how? length wise? OR what? Maybe it would just hang too low
 
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length wise and/or width of a divorced t-case might not fit in the frame rails....

there is a link on TRS ( www.therangerstation.com ) in their tech library, but the site is down right now....
 
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I am mainly just interested, not sure I want either but I want to know more about it.
 
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Just buy an Atlas and have it over with... lol
 
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those suckers are high!
 
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I like this one myself! lol

http://www.stak4x4.com/3speed.htm

 
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holy crap! that is way too much!
 
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holy crap! that is way too much!
Nah its not the much more then the atlas 2 speed. The Stak 2 speed is cheaper then the atlas 2 speed.
 
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I like this one myself! lol

http://www.stak4x4.com/3speed.htm

That thing is sweet! DO IT!!
 
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any body else think a divorced T-case with a gear splitter befor it is a good idea?
 
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I like this one myself! lol

http://www.stak4x4.com/3speed.htm

You know you want it so why bother looking for anything else.
 
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Zach, check out DD machine on pirate. they have a doubler kit that is clockable...
 
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I've seen the "stubbler" kit that someone made. Took are transfercase and made it have a super low gear ratio. I can't remember the web site but if I find it before anyone else I'll post it.
 
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Zach, check out DD machine on pirate. they have a doubler kit that is clockable...

i will check him out. you have a link?
 
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