Twin-stick

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BOOTS BACK IN STOCK!

The Twin-Stick allows the use of two-wheel drive low range, and a true neutral. As well as the ability to shift-on-the-fly, while in low range, from 2wd to 4wd and back easily, this is especially useful with a locker in the front axle, and allows for a tighter turning radius. With the factory shifter configuration, neutral only disengages the transfer case from the transmission. This actually has the front and rear drivelines locked together, which is not a great setup for towing either. For the ideal towing setup, check out our Full-Floater Conversion Kit.

The two-wheel drive low range is great for people with a front locker. As those of you setup with a front locker know, the locker keeps pulling you straight when you are trying to turn. With the Twin-Stick, just moving the 2/4 lever into two wheel drive disengages the front axle, and the locker is no longer pulling you straight. This makes tight turns much easier, while allowing the slow speed control of low range. By having 2wd low, the front axle is relieved from undue stress, and four wheel drive can be re-engaged, even while moving, by just throwing one lever.

The Twin-Stick is now available for Tacomas and 3.0L manual transfer cases!

With or without floor boot.

Read 4x4Wire's write up on our Twinstick!

Features:

  • A completely sealed Twin-Stick assembly
  • This shifter does not use old, worn stock parts. This is a completely new unit.
  • Levers are 1/2" mild steel to allow bending to get the knobs in the perfect spot
  • Tips are heat treated tool steel for lifetime lasting performance

FAQs:

Q: What’s involved in the modification to the transfer case?

A: You must drain and remove the transfer case from the vehicle. Once removed, the modification takes at most 45 minutes. You must remove the Interlock Pin. This pin keeps the 2 shift rails from sliding independently and engaging two-wheel drive, low range. It requires only a couple wrenches, hammer, and a small punch. 

Q: Can I use the Twin-stick with a dual case setup?
A: Yes, it just installs in the rear case.

Q: Does the Twin-Stick allow front wheel drive only?
A: No, for front only, a rear disconnect is required.

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  • 4
    Wonderful twin stick conversion

    Posted by Derrick on 26th Feb 2021

    Wish the boot was a bit more durable rubber, and that it had an isolator bushing of sorts to help combat the noise. But otherwise it’s a great product!

  • 5
    Toyota top shift twin sticks

    Posted by John Jones on 19th Jan 2021

    Very awesome product. Top notch craftsmanship. Turned out exactly the way i wanted.

  • 4
    Well built

    Posted by Unknown on 13th May 2020

    Well built, clean welds crisp machining, easy to install. I only have a minor grumble and a wish for a better long shank bolt vs the short shank and threads inside one of the tubes for the shifter. It had a small bit of grime on the base of the block. All in all is a good solid product well built and easy to install and use. A bit bummed there were no go fast stickers in the package. Thank you for a great product

  • 5
    Fj t-case in 4runner

    Posted by Jon Nasution on 30th Apr 2019

    Used this shifter to install an FJ t-case in my 4th gen 2003 4runner. Had to drastically modify the levers to work in the 4runner but it works and it works great!

  • 5
    Top quality product

    Posted by Ty on 5th Apr 2016

    I run a small fabrication shop and do toy duals often and have used a different vendor for these. After needed to replace one on my own rig I decided to try out this one and....ALL my future builds will be getting this part.

  • 5
    Great shifter

    Posted by steange1 on 16th May 2015

    This is a very well built shifter, and installs into a Tacoma easily. I had to grind the shift rail with it in the case because to remove the rail would mean a complete disassembly of the case. No big deal, but the instructions were a bit unclear.