SRT8 Jeeps use same transfer case design,and they are staggered from the factory. Can we do So?
You are missing my point. The SRT Jeeps utilise the same transfer case that the second generation (2011 to present) LX/LC vehicles utilse as well. All of these vehicles are part-time AWD unless you are in sport mode. The Jeeps leave the factory with a staggered tire fitment. The early segment LX AWD vehicles were full-time AWD, and as far as I know, running a staggered tire fitment was detrimental to the transfer case.SRT8 jeeps are AWD. The first generation 300 SRT cars are RWD.
So what component are you referring to as "staggered"?
Oh sh*t.... my bad. That is a very old signature. I'm at 15 different vehicles now including three Vipers. I apologise for not removing that old signature. I just did. But now that we are on the same page, can anyone help me out here? I know that the transfer case on the Jeep is not a one-to-one match for the LX unit, but they both are the Borg-Warner torque sensing units that clutch electronically. I just believe that the warning against staggered fitments is directed at the pre-BW units if I understand correctly. My 2008 WK SRT8 is staggered, and I have had no issues with it whatsoever.I didn't miss any point.
Your profile says you have a 2008 300C SRT8. If you have a second generation AWD car that is not obvious from your profile.
Based on your second post here, you provided all the information that should have been in your first post.