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Planetcat
April 1st, 2005, 19:50
In the interest of nothing else to do, I want to replace the lame "L" shaped shifter on the transfer case. Does anyone else make these, maybe for less $, than Novak? The Novak one is sweet, but a little much and more work than it's worth. I just hate the OEM shifter. Oh yeah, I did a search and only the Novak ones came up.

ECKSJAY
April 1st, 2005, 22:44
Oh yeah, I did a search and only the Novak ones came up.

I'd venture to guess there's a reason for that. :)

1990XJ4x4
April 1st, 2005, 22:57
I just put my Novak shifter in and I love it. That old linkage used to come apart every trip. The first time I was able to shift out of 4lo after the trail without a wrench, I felt like it paid for itself. I got the last of their shiny aluminum knobs, deffinatly adds to the "bling" factor. I like the design of this kit because it is VERY adjustable, it will work for many different setups and can be adjusted for your taste. Highly recommend it.

Root Moose
April 2nd, 2005, 05:42
GoJeep (IIRC) replaced his with one out of a ZJ. Same crappy L shaped handle, but with leather wrapped goodness.

r@m

Gojeep
April 2nd, 2005, 23:52
GoJeep (IIRC) replaced his with one out of a ZJ. Same crappy L shaped handle, but with leather wrapped goodness.

r@m

Not quite my friend. I have replaced my transfercase lever with one from a 97+ XJ. What you are thinking of is that I replaced my auto Tee handle from a ZJ ;)

xjj33p3r
April 3rd, 2005, 03:19
How about an inanimate carbon rod? :D

I don't know how many will get that, but it's damn funny in my book.

Timber
April 3rd, 2005, 10:33
How about an inanimate carbon rod? :D
I think it's a good one. I've been thinking about this, too.