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5/5

by George Sabat, from Ontario, Canada

Thank you AA!

I have been in the four wheeling scene for over 15 years, I have owned several stock application transfer cases in my different jeeps and off-road buggies. Recently, I have been building a new rock-crawler chassis and I finally can afford buying the atlas 4sp. Even though there was a wait time to get it, I could not have been happier with my decision, Advance Adapters is a great company to deal with, and I am extremely pleased with my purchase.

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5/5

by Leonard Price, from Ocala, Florida

Great T case

I had a two speed Atlas last year when i went to MOAB and this year i installed the 4 speed for my trip to Colorado and the Holy cross trail. We did several trails around Colorado and the last day was Holy cross. After this trip i have to say i never had a problem wishing i had the correct gear for the trail. It shifts so smooth. I found that both up hill and down i had so much more control with the extra gear selection.

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5/5

by John Snell, Desert Dawgs, from Riverside, Ca

Atlas 4 Speed Is a Must Have

I have been an avid off roader since 1981. I began with an FJ40 and purchased a 2005 TJ new. As part of my built I installed the 4 speed with the electric shift. This is an absolute dream to have in my vehicle. I regularly use all of combinations and ratios. Low low is for extreme crawling, Low is for more wheelspin, such as on steep climbs, high low is for sand and washes. Front digs are a favorite in the mud hills near Salton Sea or on tight trails in Johnson Valley.

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5/5

by James (Jim) H. Taylor Jr., from Bryan, Texas

My Altlas 2 is over 4 years old

In August of 2005 I purchased an Atlas 2 4.3 to 1 Ratio Transfer Case It arrived in Feburary of 2006 and was installed in my 1998 Ford Explorer Sport 4x4 Eddie Bauer Edition. This vehicle is my daily driver and I use it when I do trail guiding and off-road driving instruction at the BVORR. I haven't had any problems with the Atlas 2 it has performed flawlessly. Their isn't anythihg I haven't been able to do with this vehicle. I do hill climbing here at the ranch and we have up to 60% inclines on some of our trails. I been rock crawling and trail running at several of the OHV parks here in Texas. I drive the vehicle there and wheel and drive it home. I have only spent a total of about $11,000.00 on this vehicle including what I paid for it and the Atlas 2 was over a quarter of the investment. Thanks to the many choices you provide in the manufacturing process I was able to have the Atlas 2 built to meet the upgrades I needed in the driveline system. Because of this I have never had a driveline failure. Thank you for manufacturing such a quality product. P.S. IF you need a product tester I'm available. I could write a thorough review.

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