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Old June 4th, 2005, 10:39 PM
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Underdrives are back?

Just saw a note/update on the ECR site, the ashcroft underdrive is coming back. Anyone hear anything about this?

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Old June 6th, 2005, 10:39 AM
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to clarify a couple of things :

we are busily working away on many new products for the 'Rock Crawling' and 'Challenge' vehicles,

we have 2 new products which will allow lower gearing for the LT 230 transfer case,

we will not be making a 40% lower ratio set,

we will be releasing full details on these 2 new products on 6/6/5 on both our web site and in the LRO Mag July issue,

look forward to discussing any queries on these soon,

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I should also mention that Rocky Mountain is also planning to start building an overdrive/underdrive combination box for the LT230. Currrently in testing.
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