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1354M Manual TCASE w/ linkage - WA

hey guys. i have a 1354 Manual TCASE w/ linkage.. perfect for swapping your crappy electric shift cases for a cool manual shift case! no more electrical crap to go bad and leave you stranded! this is a complete case WITH the complete linkage you need to swap it into your truck!

300 SHIPPED to anywhere in the lower 48!!!

PM me if your interested!
 
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Holy crap I hope no one takes this. Hopefully I can get the money soon
 
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haha ya man, i hope so too!
 
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haha ya man, i hope so too!
Would you be able to get a driveshaft as well? I don't know if I can use the stock one
 
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yes i could get a double cardon joint driveshaft. however it would make the shipping box much larger and more expensive to ship.. i dont see why you couldnt use your stock shaft? just get a conversion u-joint!
 
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yes i could get a double cardon joint driveshaft. however it would make the shipping box much larger and more expensive to ship.. i dont see why you couldnt use your stock shaft? just get a conversion u-joint!
You're right, a shop could just change it for me

One more question. Was this case rebuilt or looked at? Just don't want it to crap out on me
 
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or you could just change the u-joint! its takes literally 10-15 mins to swap out a u joint.. just make sure you hit it with some PB BLASTER before you get into it.. the case has not been re-built.. but it looks and feels fine, shifting is smooth and turns over smoothly without any stange noises.
 
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Alright, I just didn't know what was involved in changing ujoints. Never done it

I appreciate all the info, I'll let you know as soon as I get the money
 
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gdamnit if my truck was in Juneau I'd have you ship that badboy up here. But it's further norf.
 
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