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post #16 of 25 Old 10-19-2010, 05:03 PM Thread Starter
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i'm selling a nice 1" t-case drop kit:
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I saw that earlier today, saw it was in denver but never looked at name. Do you have a guess on how much shipping for it would be?


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I'm running The Currie SAs, AEV/Nth TT and a M.O.R.E. MML on an '03 Rubi with 35s and I am not having any issues. Would a MML help you guys any? I dunno, am just tossing it out for thought.

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I'm running The Currie SAs, AEV/Nth TT and a M.O.R.E. MML on an '03 Rubi with 35s and I am not having any issues. Would a MML help you guys any? I dunno, am just tossing it out for thought.
I have mml/bl, lopro transfer mount, 1" deep skid, and 4" currie lift. Putting my driveshaft at about 25 degree. I was told 15-18 is the safe max

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What city are you in, I should be able to come out and take a look if your close. I know I have a transfer case drop I never used that I'll just give you.

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What city are you in, I should be able to come out and take a look if your close. I know I have a transfer case drop I never used that I'll just give you.
Sounds good, Sent you a PM

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Did you get everything straightened out?

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I did get it up and running again. Pinion for rear is set at 19. I ended up dropping the slid about 1.25" shortening rear uppers and lower and bending the GTS out of the way. If I go for an aftermarket GTS savvy or rokmen I'll be able to push the axle farther rearward by about an inch.

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If your looking for some mud to test everything out a bunch of people are going to Rizzo's Bog, Rizzo's Bog

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I extended my lowers 1/2" and my tires (35's) were hitting the rear of the wheel wells when compressed

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Interesting info.

This still does concern me though. There surely is a basic/standard solution to a 4" lift + TT on 35's.....sounds like an incredibly common setup. Figured it would be boilerplate by now......
I would be interested in knowing the measurement from the ground to the TC output shaft. And maybe the angle of the output shaft. Not all belly-up skids are going to have the same TC height and angle (my 1" skid compared to brand X 1" skid). I will also be using Currie 4" springs, so this talk of extreme angles concerns me.

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