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PostPosted: Sun Jul 06, 2008 4:59 pm 
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Jaime, Dual stock cases behind an auto are more than slow enough! Come drive mine anytime and see! before you go too low!
I love the range selection I have. Auto trans in 1st, cases all in low, and it's slower than a manual with the clutch out. But all you have to do is apply a little brake and your as slow as you want.
Then, when you're up on an obstacle you don't have to worry about stalling or rolling back or side-stepping the clutch-gas-brake at the same time.
If I keep the cases in double low, I find im in the trans's second and third gears the most. Approx. Equal to manual's third and fourth before the torque converter.

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Zach Ashton wrote:
Jaime, Dual stock cases behind an auto are more than slow enough! Come drive mine anytime and see! before you go too low!
I love the range selection I have. Auto trans in 1st, cases all in low, and it's slower than a manual with the clutch out. But all you have to do is apply a little brake and your as slow as you want.
Then, when you're up on an obstacle you don't have to worry about stalling or rolling back or side-stepping the clutch-gas-brake at the same time.
If I keep the cases in double low, I find im in the trans's second and third gears the most. Approx. Equal to manual's third and fourth before the torque converter.


Sweet,! 8)
I would love to stop by sometime and see how your dual t-case set works with the auto tranny,
I'm keeping the 99' t-case and will run either Inchworm or Marlins Tacobox set-up,, and stay with a 2.28 crawl box, (I have heard if you go too low with and auto tranny ,it's hard to stop,? :?: !)

Oh and Zach,,.... THANKS, 8) , again for all your advice and wisdom when it comes to Toyota wiring and all,! 8)

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Well I finally got my rear ARB installed,!! 8)
now I'm air locker'ed up front/rear,
next I start on the body protection


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:D That's a pretty nice pattern! Sorry the last diff didn't turn out as nice, sometimes that happens.

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Zach Ashton wrote:
:D That's a pretty nice pattern! Sorry the last diff didn't turn out as nice, sometimes that happens.


the other ring/pinion was a bad pattern from the get-go, so no worries ,I appreciate you trying to fix it,, but it was hopeless, :(

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Well, it's now in good hands up in P-Ville........ :shock:

I, now can get back to basics with the 85 Runner.... 8)

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Booger Weldz, now you... I guess I need to get on the bandwagon and sell my rig too.









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Booger Weldz, now you... I guess I need to get on the bandwagon and sell my rig too.









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NO.... you better keep yours, it is dialed and wheels awesome!!
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I just needed to get back to basics,, and the 01 was just too pretty to take out and eventually dent up, (I'll leave that to the new owner!!),, the 85 I have now fits my needs well,, and now I can focus on wheelin the trails instead of making up excuses on why I cannot got out on the rocks with my friends....

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Jaime wrote:
I just needed to get back to basics,, and the 01 was just too pretty to take out and eventually dent up, (I'll leave that to the new owner!!),, the 85 I have now fits my needs well,, and now I can focus on wheelin the trails instead of making up excuses on why I cannot got out on the rocks with my friends....


Oh no, heeeeeeeeees baaaaaaaaaaaack. :lol:

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and now I can focus on wheelin the trails instead of making up excuses on why I cannot got out on the rocks with my friends....


You mean you made up excuses --- I though it was just the sales at the mall and the awesome speed bumps that kept you away.


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and now I can focus on wheelin the trails instead of making up excuses on why I cannot got out on the rocks with my friends....


You mean you made up excuses --- I though it was just the sales at the mall and the awesome speed bumps that kept you away.


Well......... the Mall speed bumps were quite challenging..!! although I really didnt have any problems,, it was quite fun in pulling the Honda,Acura,Mitsubishi type rigs off them,, I'm going to miss those days.... :cry: .......... NOT.!

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