Transfer Case

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Asked by May 20, 2009 at 12:44 PM about the Jeep Cherokee

Question type: Car Customization

I'm very into keeping my truck top notch, but the transfer case has since took a beating and is about ready for replacement. I'm at a draw as what to do. The Jeep is in storage now, saving up money because I beleive in doing it right, no matter the cost. So, money not being a huge issue, I'm torn between doing an Atlas II, or a new NP231 with a SYE tail. Any thoughts? Anyone else running a different setup to consider? Thanks.

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mine is a np232 i believe it runs great i have a 87 cherokee if u have more than 5 or six inches of lift u will need that sye if not then just drop whatever t case u have im runnin 5 inches of lift and i dropped my case works just fine

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