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So I am going to be ordering my Atlas T-Case tomorrow. And was just wondering what position I should get? I have the RE Long ARM Tri-Link to install on it. So, with the RE belly pan, clocking the atlas would give no benifit right? Thanks.
 

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Unless you order the option flat rotation case I think you will get 1of3 options depending on your trans if it's for a Jeep.Mine is a 7-14-17-21 degree case.I plan to install as flat as possible.Sawzall and air hammer are on standby.:D
 

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Alright, thanks guys. Like I said, the RE Long Arm skid will be on there. And I know it isnt flat with the frame. I am just getting a regular 2 speed Atlas, no 4 speed. Just the 3.0 Highlander. Thanks again for the help :p
 

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A friend helped me install a 2 speed Atlas into my junk .
I have a RE LA & a 1" body lift.
We had to trim a little of the tunnel around the shift levers, but that was about it.
The sheet metal is so thin, that raising the Atlas w/ a floor jack several times "clearanced" the tunnel.
As I remember, we had to cut the stock tranny mount in half & kinda "double it up". It was ugly, but it's worked out fine.
http://www.jeepaholics.com/support/files/robert-r/20051007220838_tn_PICT0012.JPG

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