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I want a Full Time 4WD XCase

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How nice would a full time transfer case be? I would use it all the time when towing on dirt roads, and in light snow/ice/rain it would really improve traction.. Then when the going gets touch lock it in part time. :2cents:

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I've not seen a "full time 4x4" in a real truck offered for a while now. Maybe since the late 70's or early '80's!!! There are times I wish I had it on my truck, because of the transfer case differential!!!! That would make low speed turns much less gut wrenching to listen to!!!! Is there even a differentiated transfer case that could be used on our trucks without going "crazy" heavy duty or "military"????:shrug::ahhh::spend:

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The NP203 is the only one that comes to mind, and its 70's technology.... Not exactly what I want.My 4Runner has a loackable Torsen, and that is the cats meow! Now if I could find one with a 1000 ft/lb rating :-)

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