Re: I want a 2 speed transfer case
Well,lets talk this out for real.
Take a t-case from a wrecked QDII equiped jeep, no prob.
first question:will it even bolt in place,or is it a different bolt pattern and physical size than the single speed?
If the size is diferent then new driveshafts would be needed,probably off the same wrecked WK. If the bolt pattern doesn't match then you would need some kind of adaptor fabbed up. read:big money
2nd question: how do you control the t-case? Knowing that the TCM is built into the computer on the 4.7/5.7 WK's (the only vehicles to get QDII) some sort of stand alone controller would be required. They exist but again, read:expensive
So if using a factory 2-speed t-case isn't practical,then an aftermarket one would be needed.
1st question:can it be bolted up (see same previous). Different driveshafts can be made,but are,you guessed it, expensive
2nd question: how do you control it? there are cable operated units and there are conversion kits for those that don't have that option from the manufacturer. So actually, not a big deal. Some holes and rubber gromets to seal said holes,problem solved.
^^^This is probably going to be the only way to get a 2-speed case in there. You would probably spend close to $3-4000 by the time to buy the t-case,driveshafts, adaptor plates, and cable operated conversion kit.
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