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Old 10-18-2009
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i found a t case finially

well im kinda arguing if it will work without some mods. ive read about people using the 1354 manual cases from a bronco and putting them in a ranger, but can i reuse the same linkage on it without much of a modification to my new ranger? because i dont have a ranger shift mech on hand and i cant find one lol i might need to make something if nothing comes up around here
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Depends. Is it a Bronco 1 or 2?
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i thought bronco II's only came with a 1350
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no its a bronco 1 case, how different are the shift mechs? probably ill just need to bend it up a bit
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atleast the junk yard scavengers told me it was a full size bronco case and its got a 1354 number on it..
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if its a full size bronco case its a 1356 not a 1354 and it wont work any fullsize tcase wont work. depending on how much you want to spend pm me i know where a 1345m is that i can get for you
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If its a 1354 it should work no problem.
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the 1354 never came in the full size bronco so no it wont work and they never came in a bII so no it wont work
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oh i guess those guys dont have a clue what they tell people half the time its defeniately a 1354 but i guess ill just need a new shift mech, boot, etc. am i correct?
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oh i guess those guys dont have a clue what they tell people half the time its defeniately a 1354 but i guess ill just need a new shift mech, boot, etc. am i correct?
LOL. Too funny.

Yeah you would need the correct extension housing and shift bushings and blah blah.

https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...case-swap.html
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