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so as of right now i think i found a 1989 waggy d44 with 4:10 gears and leaf springs... i am going to try and pick this up. i have been doing a lot of research on other peoples builds and from what i have seen everyone is swapping to a manual transfer case when they go solid axle. is this a necessity or can i make due with the electronic case for a while? i would like to keep the electronic case (for a while anyways) if i can just for financial reasons...
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you do not have to have a manual t-case
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Yup, i only went to a manual case for the reliablity, but it is not needed at all.
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thanks guys. i am going to keep the electronic case then to keep costs down
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