UPDATE: Phase I is done. Phase II was a short, but productive stay at Wyotech in June. Read more on the world's largest extreme off road web site, www.pirate4x4.com.
The folks at Advance Adapters support a lot of causes, comp drivers and off road issues in general with their fine products. The Atlas transfer case is the premier, handle-any-trail, t-case that wheelers dream about.
Advance Adapters heard I was in the rebuild of Red project. They figured I could do more trails, be easier on my rig, and save more trails by having a new 5:1 Atlas. Here we have it! Wyotech is installing the new Atlas in these photos by Chris Collard.
Most serious trails are better executed with a low-geared rig. For me, there is nothing better than an off-road low gear operation, combined with on road driveable gears for pavement. The gear ratios of the Atlas provide just that. You can have low-low while off road, and still be reasonably geared for pavement work.
More importantly, durability is non-negotiable with me. I can't affoard to break -- financially or operationally. I usually have a politician or VIP with me when I do hard trails like the Rubicon. I want my rig to make it there and back. This new Atlas will ensure I can do that.
Thank you Advance Adapters for helping me to help our trails. Del
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