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Installed Transfer Case Re-clocking Ring

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Old 12-18-2012, 01:10 AM
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Installed Transfer Case Re-clocking Ring

I finally bit the bullet and re-clocked my T case down 20 degrees. I recently lifted my truck another 2'' and the front drive line angle wasn't looking very good.

I purchased the Re-clocking ring from Precesion Metal Fab. Install was fairly straight forward. I then used a piece of 8'' pipe as my "hoop" in the transmission crossmember. I would of bought the trans crossmember from pmf but wanted to save on shipping.

Want to encourage anyone running 10''+ lift to do this mod. No longer have any vibrations ect. Worth every penny in my mind.

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You can really tell how much the T case has been dropped. Gotta love winter road grime.


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Testing her out.
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