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Old 02-25-2018, 05:40 PM   #1
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I'm looking for a stand alone transfer case with an overdrive front output, any suggestions? Thanks in advance.
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Old 02-25-2018, 06:09 PM   #2
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RC4WD has one.
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RC4WD has one.
Which one? The Hammer T case has 1.47:1 reduction, but to both outputs from what I can tell.
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If you run the front driveshaft off what would normally be the input it will overdrive the front.
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I wondered about doing that. 1.47 wouldn't be too excessive?
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Toyzuki will be releasing one soon. All delrin.


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I wondered about doing that. 1.47 wouldn't be too excessive?


I run my SCX10.2 axles with the Hammer flipped around and its perfect!!!
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Hammer case with flipped inputs or the new Toyzuki case.
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Dlux has one called the cheeze berger.
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Thanks for the feedback, everyone! I decided to go with the Hammer T-case for ease of installation. It's installed in my new Demon SG4C to combat all the torque twist and push. Indoor testing looks like it'll work great.
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There are a lot of things to do to run dlux trans as a transfer case. You need a front axle that can be flipped cause of an extra gear in it the output turns in the opposite direction. Its just not a practical option for most people and with a $110 price tag for the transfer case version. Idk there are other option that will work that are cheaper.

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Thanks for the feedback, everyone! I decided to go with the Hammer T-case for ease of installation. It's installed in my new Demon SG4C to combat all the torque twist and push. Indoor testing looks like it'll work great.
I know this is and old post but Im looking at the Cross RC kit myself. Was this transfer case a direct fit with no modification? Would you say its more durable than the Cross RC unit?
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I know this is and old post but Im looking at the Cross RC kit myself. Was this transfer case a direct fit with no modification? Would you say its more durable than the Cross RC unit?
Don't do it. If you want to actually be able to climb anything you'll be sorry you picked a cross rig. The geometry is absolutely abysmal and the shocks are trash. Pretty much everything about it makes it fine for display but garbage to drive.
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