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Fix for worn and sloppy shifter linkage


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#1 subeman90

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Posted 02 January 2006 - 10:31 PM

Tip: Shifter Linkage Slop


Fix #1: Better results can be gotten by slicing the outer sleeve horizontally from the open end, to just past the hole area, then drilling out the inner rod so that the holes are similar sized, then putting a bolt through and tightening it down and squeezing the outer sleeve to the inner rod.

 

http://www.indysworl...ShifterFix.html

Above submitted by Hassey

 






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