The Atlas was first released in 1995. Over the years we have made improvements, design changes, and expanded the vehicle applications. The Atlas holds a strong reputation as the ultimate upgrade for an off-road vehicle. We have continually strived to improve on the Atlas where we perceived any short coming or potential weaknesses and have always tried to evolve on the overall performance the case provides the end user. The dates or serial numbers listed below are significant changes in the Atlas and could affect the replacement parts needed if you are rebuilding or ordering parts for an Atlas transfer case.
In 2016 a new serial number referring to the manufacturing date was used. Current serial numbers are 7 digits (first digit is last number of the year, next two are the week that the case was machined and the last four are a numerical sequence. We start every year with 0001.)
All Atlas transfer cases come with an identification number that correlates to a customer order number. This number can be found on the back of the housing below the cluster pin or above the Atlas tag.
General notes on Shifting: The Atlas Transfer Case is a Synchronized gear box. This means that in order for the case to shift easily and smoothly the vehicle must be moving in a forward direction. This will allow the synchronizers to function properly. Note that when the transfer case is shifted when not in motion, the clutch teeth may or may not be aligned. If the teeth are aligned, then the unit will slip into gear easily.
Since the Atlas is gear driven, it will typically create more noise than a typical chain driven transfer case. This noise is more noticeable on applications where the direct lever type shifter is used.
It is twice as hard to shift the transfer case if the vehicle is not at least slowly rolling forward. In addition, trying to shift the transfer case while the steering wheels are turned puts a bind on the synchronizers, making it almost impossible to shift in or out of gear.
The Advance Adapters Atlas gear-driven transfer cases are the ultimate in gearing and strength. With over 10,000 units sold, the Atlas 2 speed is the solution for combining both on and offroadperformance.
Answer: According to the Arizona Department of Economic Security: \"If you do not receive services from DCSS, your Arizona Tracking and Location Automated System (ATLAS) case number will not be recognized by our phone system. You will need to contact the Clerk of Court office where you obtained your order for assistance. If you do receive services from DCSS, please check your court order and any recent correspondence from the DCSS. Your ATLAS case number is listed on the court order and on all correspondence that we send to you. Or, you may obtain your ATLAS case number by telephone by contacting our Customer Service Department at 602-252-4045. Press option 2 for all other services, press options 1 for custodial parent or option 2 for non-custodial parent. You then press 1 because you have an existing case and then to proceed press option 1 again. This automated system then will ask you to enter your ATLAS case number 3 times; if you do not enter any information, the system gives you option 2 to speak with an agent. Please be advised that this agent will verify your demographic information and provide you with an ATLAS case number and then transfer you to obtain a pin number. Once you have obtained a pin number, the automated system will provide you with case status, payment information and the last 10 actions taken on your case. In the event you need to speak with an agent you may press option 7.\"
A chain drive transfer case is required to use as a \"donor\" for the EcoCrawler. The low range planetary unit is removed from the donor transfer case and inserted into the EcoCrawler housing. A custom NWF input shaft is installed into the vehicles transfer case. This produces an integrated connection between the EcoCrawler and the transfer case, removing the requirement for a splined coupler. Watch the video at the top of the page for a visual understanding of the process!
Atlas transfer cases require modifications to the cable shifters for proper fitment and functionality. Direct linkage shifters for the Atlas DO NOT fit with the EcoCrawler. For details, please call customer support at +1-(250)-248-6024.
STEP 3: Determine the shifting interface that you require - or if you plan to purchase the Toyota Trident Triple Shifters (only applicable to Toyota transfer cases). Read the below sections for details on these steps.
VF1, VF2, and VF4 refer to the bolt pattern between the output of the transmission and the input of the transfer case. Over the years, Toyota has modified and updated this pattern, making specific models and generations require different patterns for the EcoCrawler. Refer to the tables in the Fitment section to find what pattern your vehicle uses. If your data is not available from the Fitment section, please call and inquire about your vehicle at +1-(250)-248-6024.
Gain access to the transfer case shift stick by removing the center console and shift boot. Remove the four M8x1.25 bolts that hold the shift stick to the transfer case or transmission (depending on position, as explained above).
When looking into the transfer case, if the shift blocks are built into the shift rail and the ring gear is visible (see photo below), than your vehicle is a Top Shift. If the shift block is a circular Ball type connection then it will not be built into the shift rail, but the ring gear will still be visible, and the shift rail will extend past the shift block.
Answer: The Toyota VF transfer case was the successor to the RF1A gear drive case. In the early 90s Toyota began to phase out the RF1A in favor of the VF series chain-drive in favor of cost, noise, and fuel economy. The VF transfer case has a 2.57:1 low range, both passenger and drivers side drop configurations, and additional features developed to modernize, including electric actuation, and traction control systems.
For a period the entire aftermarket was dedicated to the RF1A, it was plentiful and well supported. In 1996 however the magic ended; domestic Toyotas switched to a LH drop transfer case and front end. The RF1A no longer made sense to be used for gear reduction.
Answer: Unfortunately the EcoCrawler line is not compatible with RF transmissions. If your vehicle comes stock with an RF1A (gear drive) transfer case, the EcoCrawler will not bolt up.
Answer: Yes! as long as your transmission is not an RF (gear drive) bolt pattern, the EcoCrawler line has a gear drive transfer case option. The transfer case must be Top Shift (see fitment category for Top Shift description) and be a 23 spline input.
If the EcoCrawler is popping out of low range and you used an electric shift transfer case as the donor, make sure that the correct Low Range Spline Connection is being used. The connection from electric shift transfer cases have a recessed tooth profile and do not allow the EcoCrawler to fully engage (see photos below). A Spline Connection from a manual shift transfer case must be sourced, or the part can be purchased from Toyota using part number 36284-35021.
Answer: While not all transfer cases can be used as donor's for the EcoCrawler internals (see fitment section for which transfer cases are usable), it is highly recommended to use your vehicles transfer case or one from the same generation and trim. Some input shafts will engage with various transmissions but they have a smaller or larger outside diameter, making the transmission seal sit incorrectly on the shaft. This will cause the transmission to leak trans fluid from between the transmission and the EcoCrawler. To prevent this, make sure that the input shaft being installed into the EcoCrawler is the correct fit for your transmission.
The Advance Adapters Atlas gear-driven transfer cases are the ultimate in gearing and strength. With over 20,000 units sold, the Atlas 2 speed is the solution for combining both on and off-road performance.
Don't sweat it, order in confidence knowing that after placing your order, you will be contacted by one of our technical specialists to nail down the specifics on your application before your order leaves the building. Shop online with confidence knowing you will get the correct transfer case, accessories & support to make your installation a positive experience from the start.
Studies involving paediatric walking exoskeletons are mostly Non-Randomised Studies of Intervention (NRSIs) , due to the fact that these devices are not yet widely used in rehabilitation centres because of their novelty. For this reason, this study was a prospective pilot case series study with a number of potential limitations, such as including a small number of participants, the lack of a control group inherent in a pilot study and conducting the study for a limited period of one month. Because of these facts, it should be cautious to generalize the results of this study and, therefore, future studies should be conducted to assess the effectiveness of the device during a longer period of time and on a wider sample. However, since there has been no change in the treatment of the participants, the results found in the present study are thought to be due to the gait therapy with the ATLAS2030 exoskeleton.
Advance Adapters has built upon the proven design of the Atlas 2, to create the revolutionary Atlas 4sp. No other transfer case on the market today has 3 separate low range ratios built into a single unit. This transfer case was designed for the off road enthusiast that likes to tackle a large variety of terrain with one vehicle. Selecting one low range ratio that works well for mud, sand and rock crawling, is a compromise but the Atlas 4sp overcomes this limitation. One transfer case that is perfectly suited to any terrain that you may want to conquer. 1e1e36bf2d