Huh? That must be another Andre with a one-ton passport (insert flip-off smiley here :lol: )You wouldn't by chance be the same Andre on Pirate would you?
Last I heard it was working well. Here is the fluid transfer pump installDoes anybody know if that is installed on the truck and functioning? Is it possible with both auto and manual trans?
I don't know much about that case, but I think you are right. There was someone who added a divorced NP205 to a diesel Isuzu case with the front output removed.gearhead313 said:What years/models are we talking about? All the info I got for doing a doubler on my 86 was pretty specific to that particular transfer case. If I knew the model, I could try to cross it over and see if anything interchanges. I know for a fact that my diesel case is easier to double b/c the frount output on the tcase unbolts, so you can remove it very easily to make way for teh second case.
Really low range gearing.What is the benifit of. Having two transfer cases
The range box you speak of, is that in the transmission, or are you refering to the actual transfer case? I know the Monster case comes in a 3-speed. Like I said, I will have to ask Matt what he thinks.Starchild said:I don't think that a monster box (stak, right?) or any other aftermarket case would bolt up without a custom adapter. The Isuzu bolt pattern is unique. Unless it is one of the 3 or 4 speed cases with the built in range box, I wouldn't count on it changing the front driveshaft length much.
The local driveline shop took on the job. They threw a Yota cv at the top, and could only squeeze a short slip yoke for the travel. I have already bottomed it out, and flopped it out. The suspension travels so much farther then the driveline will allow. :evil:Starchild said:As far as your front driveshaft, did you have it built from scratch? If you needed to lengthen it, it should be just a matter of having it retubed, which should only run $80 or so.
The front case in a doubler setup is commonly referred to as a range box. I'm not positive about the 3 speed cases, but a 4 speed Atlas for instance, has a built in range box to give the additional gear selections. This is essentially a doubler built as one case.The range box you speak of, is that in the transmission
That seems to be the best way. I will definitely give the marlin idea a whirl. I will keep everyone updated if I make some headway on the situation.Starchild said: