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T Case swap help

I am about to swap my electric tcase for a manual one. My truck is a 96 and the case is from a 94. Both cases are 1354's. Its tough to find a complete picture of what the case should look like complete out of the truck so I just want to know if I'm missing anything before I start this swap. This is what I have, do I need anything else?

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Couldnt fgure out if whats attached to the shifter is the linkage or If I am missing a longer part.
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looks like everything is there to me. missing a shifter ball
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The case is turned the wrong way....but it appears you have everything but the shifter ball and the part of the linkage that bolts to the stud sticking out of the case.

on the far right of this pic...


Here's an assembled 1354M....(little different linkage as its a 02-03 unit)...
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looks like you have everything but take it out of the box and take pictures of it
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here is my electric to manual t-case swap thread. Most part numbers are in there too.

https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...ad.php?t=82479
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looks like you have everything but take it out of the box and take pictures of it
Its been out of the box, assume your asking to see if its a 1350 but its clearly badged 1354M.

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here is my electric to manual t-case swap thread. Most part numbers are in there too.

https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...ad.php?t=82479
Thanks! went through your whole thread before, its a little different because its the 03-04 case but deff helpful.

Thanks for the pics guys, I can make that little piece at the shop. and yes I need a ****.
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Its been out of the box, assume your asking to see if its a 1350 but its clearly badged 1354M.
no i wanted to see better pictures of the linkage
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Thanks for the pics guys, I can make that little piece at the shop. and yes I need a ****.
That little piece...has a rectangle hole with rounded ends...you can do that?
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Shane, set screw on the linkage? That would do.
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That little piece...has a rectangle hole with rounded ends...you can do that?
Yes easily, program it into the Eurocad punch and punch the piece out and the rectangle holes then round the ends with the grinder or plasma. But honestly it would be easier to just get the part, is there a part # for it?

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Shane, set screw on the linkage? That would do.
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Yes easily, program it into the Eurocad punch and punch the piece out and the rectangle holes then round the ends with the grinder or plasma. But honestly it would be easier to just get the part, is there a part # for it?
Sorry man....used to people talking about making something in their shop and it ends up being a garage with minimal tools. lol.

Part number....letme see what I can come up with..



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I'm saying make something to slide over that linkage with a threaded set screw to push into the linkage. If that makes more sense... Like how those aftermarket shift ***** are usually done. Shifter slides over the arm and a set screw keeps it in place.
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trevor....never mind. lol.
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I'm saying make something to slide over that linkage with a threaded set screw to push into the linkage. If that makes more sense... Like how those aftermarket shift ***** are usually done. Shifter slides over the arm and a set screw keeps it in place.
which part of the linkage, not sure what you mean? Ae you talking for the shift **** or something else?
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I think he's talking about the ball.....the least important piece needed.
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Great, thanks for clarifying

I'll get more pics of the case up for people who need them
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Posting to shane's hack at me.

Talking about a set screw to go through the upper handle of the case linkage to the lower linkage. SIMILAR to how it works with afermarket shift *****. I can't really explain it any more with out spelling it out.
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