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post #1 of 4 Old 07-28-2010, 01:42 PM Thread Starter
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Transfer case drop

So i am looking at getting a 4" RC suspension lift for my 2003 TJ and using the transfer case drop kit that comes with it. but i was wondering when i put the kit in will my gear shift and 4wd shifter drop too?

This may be a newbie question but i was just wondering if there is a way to keep them at stock height or if the kit will come with it

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post #2 of 4 Old 07-28-2010, 04:11 PM
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there is a very easy correction for the t-case shift linkage that is outlined in the instructions, and I am pretty sure that issues, if any, with the transmission shifter will be addressed by them as well...call Jeffery at RC and ask him quickly.

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well i was wondering if i could do a MML and by pass doing the T-case drop and avoid and shifter issues at all or will that not work? I really don't want my shifter any closer to the floor
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well you will run into a little bit of the same issue when you put the bl of for the mml. unless you don't do a bl and just trim the fan shroud. it's really easy to adjust the t-case shift linkage, you just have to loosen the set screw and the handle link will just slide on the t-case link.

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