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Old July 17th, 2007, 07:35 AM
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Thumbs down 200 T-Case

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Does anyone no if it's possible to make the 200 T-case a twin stick, allowing the front output to pull by itself in low & high range, allowing front wheel drive only.
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The two shift shafts are not like the NP205. One controls the range and the other controls whether the front is locked in or not.

The 205 has each shaft controlling either the front or rear output.
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