Originally Posted by 98GreenMachine
This is a discussion on push button or floor shift transfer case? within the Offroad forums, part of the General Discussion category; If you have good luck with it, then more power to you glad somebody does. After this winter i won't ...
If you have good luck with it, then more power to you glad somebody does. After this winter i won't reccomend them anymore. I e-mailed posi lock and they responded with, "this is a somewhat frequent occurrence in cold harsh climates, our only suggestion is to try and build a guard around it... yadda yadda thanks for your business". If i lived someplace without -30~40* temps and 20+ feet of snow a year i would run one.
Anywho end of thread hijack.
Floor shift all the way for a SAS candidate, much less wiring to worry about, no possible service 4x4 lights or anything. But when buying a used truck sometimes you can't be picky, gotta buy what you can find and afford.
Last edited by chevytaHOE5674; 01-06-2008 at 10:01 PM.
2000 Tahoe Z71, 14bFF 6 lug, 241 swap, bumpers, sliders.
1988 K5, 350/700R/241 locked 10B, welded 12B, 35's, half doors.
Originally Posted by 98GreenMachine
Originally Posted by jusgivmesom
On the floor.
In a bed.
I like the push button. I can simply push a button when I need to go in an out of 4wd. Comes in handy on snowy roads that have dry pavement mixed in. I don't have to bend over to shift into 4wd
if you are a mall cruiser instead of a real user then push button would be "cooler" but if you want your truck to WORK and know its going to work then the floor shifter is always the best. many friends i have had thier transfer cases malfunction. they SEEM weaker. i have not had any problems so far with my floor shifter.
My push button switch is great, but like others have said, push button is nice if you don't offroad a lot, plus mine has never failed me. Once it does fail me though, I'll have a different opinion.
1997 Z71 | 6" BDS | 35x12.5 M/T Baja Claws | 15X10 Classic II | Flowmaster 40 Series | 5.7 Vortec | 4L60E | 3:73
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2007 Honda CBR600rr | Pearl White
Are floor shifters even an option anymore on brand new trucks?
06,07,08 Silverado, Sierra, Sierra Denali's, Tahoe, Yukon, Etc?
pushbutton rules in the snow and mud.
The cost of 241's and 261's are going to be astronomical if everyone starts to swap.
Has anyone tried to modify a 243 by taking the motor off the side of the case and fabing up some sort of linkage to connect to the shift arm.
Last edited by CaliHoe; 01-22-2008 at 08:18 AM.
99 Tahoe LT 6" Procomp 3" Body SF 14blt 4.56's Detroit 37/12.5/17 BFG M/T's
241 (T-Case of the Month)
I have the push button with the stupid autotrac and i had it changed to the floor shifter because of my transfer case going out because of the front drive shaft causing the case to crack or blow up because it not going out of 4 wheel drive and i would never buy a fabtech lift ever again because the say the front drive shaft wont vibrate and it did
i got a floorshift on my truck..only reason i bought it instead of a ext cab
Last edited by SouthernCrew; 01-22-2008 at 09:56 PM.
07 Crew Cab 4x4 4.8L
Duals with 4" Tips,5% Tint All Around,8000K HID's,K&N,3 inch Body Lift,Ford Keys with 3inch blocks on some 36x13.50 Iroks
i got pushbutton and its allright if you take care of it just like anything else if you dont put the money into something and you rag on it it will break and that is on anything but a tank
98 k1500 5.7 Magnaflow exhaust BBK 80 mm throttle body AEM brute force CAI nelson performance tune 93 octane RC 6" 285/70/17 BFG KM2 4 14 bolt sf disk brakes 4l60e fully built
had the floor shifter on my 97 and have the floor shifter on the 99. wont buy a truck without it.
2007 Classic Crew Cab
1970 MUSTANG COUPE
Originally Posted by robsilverado
i had the push button in my 99 GMC Yukon. But the chain was starting to slip in the transfer case. so now im finishing up putting a manual transfer case out of a 95 Z71.
excuse me? are you ****ing gay? i work my truck hard day in and day out. ive used my HD for hot shotting and pulled 9k lbs trailers up steep inclines through mountains and had to use 4wd and live in south florida where i wheel my truck in the mud and woods on a pretty regular basis. sorry if i prefer the comfort of my leather seats and push buttom 4x4 over floor shift, but dont accuse people that like the push button of being mall crawlers.Originally Posted by robsilverado
to the OP in your application you might want the floor shift. ill stick with my push button though
Last edited by rebelbowtie; 01-08-2009 at 12:44 PM.
99-00 chevy/GMC floor or button shift are all still servo actuated. if you get under the truck and look there is no likage any more on new pickups. My friend has a 97 chevy that has a floor mounted shifter. And its is servo actuated!