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.
should fit no issue, but check clearance on the floor under the drivers seat reinforcement (has a second layer of sheet metal with a lip) you also didnt say if it is a 2 or 4 speed or what rotation case.
edit: just re-read your post, go standard rotation it will fit fine with factory like clocking.
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.
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
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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