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Cable operated T-case shifting

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by MNorby, Aug 24, 2005.

  1. MNorby

    MNorby 3/4 ton status Premium Member GMOTM Winner

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    Has anyone used a cable shifter to control the their t-case? I want to relocate my 241 shifter and thought it might be possible to use a cable like the one in my tranny shifter. I've searched and come up shy. Thanks.
     
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    we've discussed doing it many times, but no one has done it yet that I know of. I still want to for the shifter on my S10, if you do it, show me :D
     
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    yep, its just getting a good cable setup thats strong enough to do the duty.
     
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    PM jason (willyswanter) he found some very stout push/pull cables in the mcmastercar catolog.
     
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    cool. I found basic B&M shifter cables on ebay for around $10 but dunno on strength. I'll try to get ahold of Jason.
     
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    august issue of fourwheeler the guy with the front cover k5 had a cable shifted doubler
     

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