So it look slike the boys in OZ are not finding anyone to do the work. Anyone here friendly with BCB?? It looks like the type of thing that is up there alley.
2.57 times what is applied with it not engaged. You would need to avoid hitting the go pedal in 1st/low/low as your axles would snap like twigs.PTSchram said:How much torque is applied to the transfer case when the underdrive is engaged?
I believe this is the only t. case built this way, period.. Only choice.PTSchram said:2: If I understand correctly, are we only using the planetary reduction unit from the quadratrac? I wonder what other US mfgrs have a physically smaller unit that will fit into Discos, etc perhaps without modifiying the floopan, nor requiring replacement of the brake drum (insert chin-scratch smilie flipoff here)
No, the adapter flange is simple. The hard part is making the concentric input shaft / output shaft and gear arrangement.PTSchram said:From the outer limits discussion, it appears as though their biggest concern is having the adapter flange made. Curiously, this seems to me to be the easy part Expensive for the stock, and then, to waste most of it in the form of chips on the shop floor-maybe a casting would be a better way to go.