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twin stick 205

Discussion in '1969-1972 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by jasonkh2tg, Apr 6, 2003.

  1. jasonkh2tg

    jasonkh2tg 1/2 ton status

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    Im going to be doing a complete rebuild on my NP 205 new seals and bearings and gaskets...Ive been thinking about going to a twin stick..If I do that would I have to remove the detent pins to get complete control of each shift rail.??? just wondering if any one has done this before and any insight would be great..pro's con's anything...thanks..
     
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    Search. There's been several posts that include an article from 4WDOR on how to grind the shift rails to allow front and rear to enagage separately, without the possibility of having one in hi and one in low.
     
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    Yes, do a search. I have some pics of mine in the link below. To answer your question- no you don't remove it. You do take it out to remove the rail but you DO put it back in.
     
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    mudstud

    i was gonna tell him to talk to you.


    no5 clicky

    clicky 205 #2

    hope these links help. that is if they work.

    also mj has some good stuff.

    nathan
    69K5
     
  5. jasonkh2tg

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    Finally... twin stick 205 I got mine today just keep in mind that there is no bushing where the shifter bolts to the adapter..I think the original one will work...I'll have to find out...
     
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    In the Garage forum, there is a post called "updates on Truggy" by BadDog. In there you will find a link to his site, and in his site there is a section about this with the Petersens Off Road article and some detailed instructions following the article. Hope this helps /forums/images/graemlins/cool.gif.
     

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