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Rockford514

Front shaft would be Hi,but yes

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RBIEST

and it doesnt matter if i get the driver side or passenger side drop does it?

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Rockford514
It's going to be hanging strait down right ?
If so no
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RBIEST

03dodgeoffroad wrote:
this is the poor mans profab

http://powerproracingproducts.com/products/339.html

why are more people not running these chaindrive drop boxes?? it seems they are just as strong and much less than a profab/scs

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Rockford514

A few guys do,and a few are building them

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RBIEST

im really thinking about going this route... also will save alot of weight than running two cases

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RBIEST

anyone have any experience with the power pro??

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Rockford514
Before the chucks melt down there was a chain drive drop box tread.

a few guys a piecing together there own boxes


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Rockford514

PM k5ontherocks he is-was building one

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WAR WAGON

Godzuki86 wrote:
Run the first transfercase back farther and run the second of it's front output shaft. Maybe rock has some pictures of flight429's bronco. His is setup like that, but also are two profabs! Talk about a baller! [smile]


Bringing this back from the dead...

How many have done this? New truck is a reg cab long bed, 5 tons and 72s. My 12" drop SCS isn't going to cut it with this wheelbase.

I do have a divorced NP205 I could set up like mentioned above, but I'm more worried about extra gear slack with the added case. 

Best thing to do would be to sell my case and buy a 24" drop, but that's a lot money compared to the dual case set up.

For the few people left on this site, any input would be appreciated.

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