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aftermarket level 2 shifters

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are these aftermarket or factory..
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Good find, but I don't think anyone would replace there stock ones with those, the stock ones are really nice!
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Those are the stock 2003 LII levers, boots and bezel.
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Cool. Too bad I have no use for those lol.
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i thought they were stock ones
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Those are the stock 2003 LII levers, boots and bezel.
Maybe its the angle then, I thought they werent....
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they are factory level II shift arms
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this is what comes factory in 5 speed rangers



here is the LVL II
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looks like the guys at LKQ dont know that manual FX4s have those stock.

they call them aftermarket, but claim mileage appropriate wear and removal from an 03.
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looks like the guys at LKQ dont know that manual FX4s have those stock.

they call them aftermarket, but claim mileage appropriate wear and removal from an 03.
Yeah that's what I was about to say.
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well forget you saw that auction im bidding on them....

I need some bling for my trail truck.
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The 'Gator' is bling, those ***** are pretty b1tched up.
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lvl2 shifters are uglt SOB

and the hurst shifters are nicer. i want a t handle one so bad. i have one in my 92 and love it
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lvl2 shifters are uglt SOB
You mean ugly?

Hey, what do expect for stock? Don't be jealous of the manual t-case.
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yea ugly.
and my electric t-case is fine. thats why more people have them
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Pure Sweetness............with no electronic shift motor problems

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Umm, our electronic shift cases aren't having problems dude. It's called "justifying a purchase". There's a reliability in Manual shifters that elec tcases dont have. BUT, on the other hand, I've owned two rangers that have never had tcase problems. And so have a billion other people on this site.
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I had to 'tap' mine with a hammer once to get it working at 2Xk miles on my burnt fx4.
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I had to 'tap' mine with a hammer once to get it working at 2Xk miles on my burnt fx4.
who wouldnt expect your old truck to have tcase problems after getting the front end burnt up.
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LOL! Before the fire, wouldn't have much use for it after the front end was reduced to burnt toast.
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Worth noting, you are terrible with vehicles. Fires, engine problems, uber expensive bumpers.
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im sure that was before the fire, since it was never driven after that.

MANY issues with the shift motor have been documented countless times.

the reason for the electric shift is that the general public is lazy and stupid. manual t-cases take effort and common sense to operate.
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the reason for the electric shift is that the general public is lazy and stupid. manual t-cases take effort and common sense to operate.
bingo...same reason they dont use manual hubs very much any more
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bingo...same reason they dont use manual hubs very much any more
One thing my rig will always be missing =[

The M/T's would look pretty ghey with only center caps on the rear though.
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