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    Were is the best place to order a twin stick for my T-case. And how hard is it to install. Will I have any problems with the twin stick when I put a lift in ? I will prolly go with the black diamond 3" lift. Any and all info would be helpful thx. (I have a 1986 cj7) stock T-case I believe that would be a 300 ?
    Last edited by cj71986; 12-06-2006, 09:36 AM.

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    The lift wont effect anything, I run the Currie Twin Stick. Its not listed in our catalog but we can order it for you. I would say its better quality then the Omix one. I love the option of the twin sticks. Give me a call if you want, numbers listed below.

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    • #3
      They are very easy to install. BustaBizz and I installed his in like an hour or less. It was one of the easier installs i've done.

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      • #4
        Way better, why don't you have this in the catalog? I would have one, I bought an OMIX one and was not impressed.
        How much??
        I need to place another order, I am going into withdraws, it has been almost a month....
        Originally posted by BustaBizz
        The lift wont effect anything, I run the Currie Twin Stick. Its not listed in our catalog but we can order it for you. I would say its better quality then the Omix one. I love the option of the twin sticks. Give me a call if you want, numbers listed below.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Penguin
          Way better, why don't you have this in the catalog? I would have one, I bought an OMIX one and was not impressed.
          How much??
          I need to place another order, I am going into withdraws, it has been almost a month....
          $169.99 and the part number is CE9030

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          • #6
            thx for info

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            • #7

              I think I will go with this when I change trannys and clock it.

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              • #8
                I've got the currie twin-stick also, even with a 1'' body lift it works well, no cutting the floor cover. And if you go with the 3'' black diamond lift, you shouldn't need to drop the t-case. But may have to trim the opening in the cover, to keep from popping out of 2nd & 4th, if you do a body lift.
                btw: If you run a hardtop and heavy bumper w/oversize spare, the black diamond lift tends to sag in the rear. Without the hardtop and just the tire, it's ok.
                If you click on my pics link below, and go to page 5, bottom pic, you can see the sag I'm talking about. Enlarge the pic and look at the rear shackle, it's almost maxxed out.
                Last edited by Hill, Bill E; 12-07-2006, 03:30 AM.

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                • #9
                  http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v2...f/DSCN1290.jpg

                  D.D.Machine
                  (360)779-2500
                  These have better linkage, these are in a 20 but I think he makes them for the 300 also

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                  • #10
                    not tryin to hi-jak the thread. but i've asked like 20 times and no-one has ever answered... what the crap do twin sticks do?

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                    • #11
                      Gives you the option of rear wheel drive low range or front wheel drive. It splits the front and rear axles so you can select exactly what you want. There are some catches and combinations you can't do....someone correct me if I'm wrong, I know can't you do front wheel drive Low and rear High or vice versa, and there is one other combo on the D300 you can't do, but I can't remember at the moment. I believe there are mods out there that will allow you to fix the deal with the D300.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by cj71986
                        Were is the best place to order a twin stick for my T-case. And how hard is it to install. Will I have any problems with the twin stick when I put a lift in ? I will prolly go with the black diamond 3" lift. Any and all info would be helpful thx. (I have a 1986 cj7) stock T-case I believe that would be a 300 ?
                        This is the one that we installed onto my '73 CJ5 D20.
                        http://www.jbfab.net/

                        I've got it installed onto the TC but not into the jeep yet. We used the short version.
                        Good service. Install wasn't too bad either.

                        -mh.

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                        • #13
                          You can get a twin sticks for a Dana20 from D&D to. It works sweet. Wish I'd done it when I first got the jeep. It beats slamming the stock shifter around. Also kinda fun showing up the big trucks going thru the mud in front wheel drive.

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                          • #14
                            What is an easy way to tell what type of transfercase I have?

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by cj71986
                              What is an easy way to tell what type of transfercase I have?
                              There is some information here...

                              http://novak-adapt.com/knowledge/tra...se_gateway.htm

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