So it’s easy then, people that have the 6 speed would have to source a 6 speed rubi transfer case and same goes for the auto. Auto with auto.I read in a different post that the shafts are in fact different. Spline count is the problem from auto to manual. Not sure if the trans length is the same. It may be
I swapped in a 6 speed rubi JL t-case in my sport s. The automatic and 6 speed have different t-cases...so make sure you get the right one. It is a bolt on swap...the sport driveshafts bolt right up and I use a tazer lite to change the ratios in the computer. I've ran it for 1.5 years and the 4:1 ratio makes a big difference crawling. I also swapped in rubi axles....you can read about it in my build thread linked here:I know someone here has swapped transfer cases. Is it a reasonable DIY for someone who can turn a wrench? I do most of my own work, except gears.
I’m considering an atlas or a rubicon t-case for my sport. I had blast wheelin’ today, but could have used lower gearing on some technical sections. My rig is already modded (regeared, lifted, PR44, etc), so t-case or a rear locker (already have a front locker) are next.