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Teraflex Tera Low 4:1

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MSRP: $800.00
Average Price: $754.90
Manufacturer: Teraflex
Recommended?
Yes: 10 / No: 0

The Tera Low231 conversion kit is the solution for providing Wranglers, Cherokees, and Comanches with
low crawl ratios. This kit provides rock-crawling performance without affecting high range gears for daily drivers, or the trip to and from the back country.

It provides a true 4.0:1 reduction through a heavy duty 5 gear planetary system. Every part in this kit is new, with no core charges. Shift linkage and drive shaft length changes are not necessary.

The Tera Low231ís high input torque rating will handle extreme torque applications. Each Low231 is covered with our exclusive two-year warranty.

The Tera Low231 is compatible with the 2WD Low-Range Shift kit (2204000), the TeraLow Extreme Short Shaft kit (#4444400), and the Short Shaft kit (#4444401).

Note: Because these low-range gear sets increase torque by up to 50 percent,some large or high-performance engines may contribute to premature drive train failure.

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ZJmech17
Registered User
ZJmech17's Reviews
10-19-2013, 05:19 PM
Price: $1,000.00
Pros: A FRIGGIN MAZING
Cons: NONE
Recommended? Yes

Comments: CRAWLS LIKE A BEAST!!


Muddybrit
Registered User
Muddybrit's Reviews

08-21-2012, 11:23 PM
Price: $800.00
Pros: Cheapest and easiest way of getting 4:1 in your rig
Cons: As others have said it is noisy, but I thought it was kinda cool.
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Installed it earlier this year, did the rubicon with a stock 231 and my stickshift a few years back it was quite frankly a pain (4.10s and 33s). Stalling all the time and way too fast for the technical stuff. Just got back from the rubicon with the same jeep and the teralow was a dream. Worked well and had so much more slow speed control. The clutch thanked me.

So far so good, one of the best mods to date


Anticanman
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Anticanman's Reviews
12-22-2011, 01:58 AM
Price: $300.00
Pros: Gear reduction is significant
Cons: Apparently there are problems with high rpm
Recommended? Yes

Comments: One of the best purchases I've made. On craigslist I bought the entire transfercase with this and the SYE installed for $300. Can't go wrong.


jeep117
Registered User
jeep117's Reviews
12-13-2011, 06:30 PM
Price: $1,000.00
Pros: great ratio
Cons: slightly noisy
Recommended? Yes

Comments: winding sound in the higher gears


tHeX

Jeep Connoisseur
tHeX's Reviews
04-13-2011, 03:29 AM
Price: $700.00
Pros: This is a must have.
Cons: Cant compete with atlas II, but who's got the money for that?
Recommended? Yes

Comments: came with the sye, love it, 4:1, awsome....
nothing like going 1mph at 3000rpm


SuperWade2

More Money than Brains
SuperWade2's Reviews
04-16-2010, 07:42 PM
Price: $900.00
Pros: Low Gears
Cons: kinda noisy
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Kinda loud, but it seems to work...


alexr40

Registered User
alexr40's Reviews
09-29-2009, 09:12 AM
Price: $1,198.00
Pros: Awesome crawling ratio and power.
Cons: Noise
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Excellent power booster for the trail. You'll love it


JeeperFound
Registered User
JeeperFound's Reviews
09-17-2009, 07:34 PM
Price: $1.00
Pros: Very low gearing!
Cons: A little on the loud side.
Recommended? Yes

Comments: I purchased my TJ with the Tera Low already in the Jeep. It makes 4low very very low. Using the gas in 1st gear 4low is not necessary! I usually crawl very rocky trails in 4low using minimal gas and keeping the rev's low. I would definitely recommend to someone who is not into extreme wheeling that would require the Atlas t-case!


AZTJ02

Registered User
AZTJ02's Reviews

07-18-2009, 10:21 PM
Price: $850.00
Pros: crawl ratio
Cons: spendy but worth it
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Very happy with this mod. Stalling on the trail is pretty much a thing of the past. Highly recommend it.


sebastian22

Registered User
sebastian22's Reviews

03-23-2009, 01:12 PM
Teraflex Tera Low 4:1
Price: $800.00
Pros: Lower crawling ratio & more torque
Cons: Cost is a bit high
Recommended? Yes

Comments: This is by far my favorite mod. I don't have to worry about stalling or not having enough power to climb up a steep incline, or slowly crawl on rocks. It was easy to install and the new crawl ratio is awesome!



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