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t case linkage after droppping

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by the excuse, Mar 1, 2004.

  1. the excuse

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    after i dropped my transfer case the linkage seems very rough. how do i fix it.
     
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    crawl back underneath your truck and adjust it. Off the shifter arm under the truck the t case has a long threaded rod with 2 jamb nuts and the linkage attachment. Loosen the nuts up and adjust till it feels normal again. Shouldn't take you more than 5 minutes...

    I'm going off your profile stating that you have a 208. This is the method on my 241 SOOooooOOOooOOO...
     
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    ok thanks ill try that. so i just loosen the bolts put it in 2 high and tighten them back down?
     
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    ok thanks ill try that. so i just loosen the bolts put it in 2 high and tighten them back down?

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    Pretty much. You'll prb. need to test it out a couple of times to make sure it's where it fits good. More than likely, it's just a little bound up. Not real uncommon, mine has gone through 3 different mods that all required adjustment. Just loosen it up, get it out of the bind so it's ready to move freely, then tighten it back down. /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif
     

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