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Old 12-11-2007
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Pics of manual t-case

Hey everyone, I'm looking for some pictures of how and where the shifter is located with a 1354 t-case. Does ANYONE have any pictures? Is it possible to make my own shifter if I can not find anything except for the t-case?

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there are 2 holes in the tail section of the transmission that the shifter linkage bolts to.......then the shifter is somewhat straight up into the cab......
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here is the manual transmission holes.....they are in the same location as the auto transmissions...
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My bad, I mean does anyone have any pics of how the floor shifter is mounted and what the "linkage" looks like?

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here is what RazonEdge posted in one of my threads:

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In this thread I posted pictures of the actual linkage as seen from underneath the truck. Not the best angles but it should help some.

https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...ad.php?t=54085

And in the thread Lefty has posted a picture of the linkage and manual case not installed in the truck.


https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...ad.php?t=54106
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here ya go: (sorry board at work!)





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Thanks. I was too lazy to do all that lol.
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need a shifter and linkage?

I have doubles of both! The lever is missing the shift **** though. PM me. On lunch break right now. I get off work at 5.
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