Australian G200z Auto 4wd

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ubs_lover
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Australian G200z Auto 4wd

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I just know that 4x4 auto exist

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Re: Australian G200z Auto 4wd

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Ya know... I don't recall ever seeing or hearing of a 4x4 automatic Pup here in the US
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Re: Australian G200z Auto 4wd

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Since the transfer case shifter is outside the factory console, I'm thinking it may be a divorced transfer case -- an add-on.

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Re: Australian G200z Auto 4wd

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I know it's really something because none of Australian Rodeo's brochures ever mention about Auto 4x4.
I think it's from factory because MSG's transfer case input is coming from the side, very complicated to made an adapter for it.
Or Jack is right, it's an add on 4x4 transmission built from 4x4 gas Rodeo but they just put the Isuzu's 4x4 knob on it.

Andy
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