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ORDs Triple stick

Discussion in 'OffRoad Design' started by Lucas 88L98, Mar 10, 2006.

  1. Lucas 88L98

    Lucas 88L98 Registered Member

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    Ive got the triple stick shifter from ORD, in the installation destructions it doesnt say anything about modifying the shift rails. I thought you had to pull them out and do some grinding on them or something to that effect?
     
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    miniwally 1/2 ton status Premium Member

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    You only have to modify them if you are after front wheel drive only.

    The triple stick will work just fine with stock shift rails.
    If you want the ability to use front wheel drive only call ORD and get your rails to them for modification.

    You can do this mod yourself but it is worthit to sent them to ORD IMO
     
  3. Lucas 88L98

    Lucas 88L98 Registered Member

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    I am wanting to be able to run front only.
     
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    You have to pull the case to get the rails out. Turn it on its output with the input in the air straight up when you pull the rals and you sould be able to get it back together without disassembly. The only downside is that you can't disturb it or you will have to take the case partially apart to get the rails back in.
     
  5. Lucas 88L98

    Lucas 88L98 Registered Member

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    Thanks guys, i got it done this weekend, about five minutes to get the rail out, couple minutes on the grinder, and then a few more putting it back in and checking to see how i did. First try works like a charm. Put it in the truck, and realize i only have two shift knobs, guess i'll have to make some...
     

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