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Bodylift and Manual TCase

Okay, so I just ordered a body lift, and since I have a 5 speed, the shifter extension. Now my only concern is my Transfercase shifter. AM I going to have any problems? I just hope that its not going to hit anything? I have the 02 FX4, which is basically an 03+ Level II. Am I going to have to get a Electronic one or what? Anyone?

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jared (rangerboy03lvl2) just made a little plate extension for his temporarily. it was a pretty easy little fix for him.

I dont know what he finally resolved with it though...

hit him up about it...
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Thanks, but the pics dont want to work in Firefox nor IE...
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Yeah I don't see any pictures either...
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must be a cardomain problem give it a day or two
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I just made a bracket that extended up from the lever on the t-case and connected to the shift lever. I have designes for a whole shift lever so it is not pieced together, just have not gotten around to making it. Also I had to modify the ****fer handle from stock inorder for the new angle and hole in the floor to work correctly. I hadnt done this before hand and it caused problems, intermintint 4x4 and 2wd .. caused for some nasty sounds.
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also check wolfman00 he just did it also if u are stick confused

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I just made a bracket that extended up from the lever on the t-case and connected to the shift lever. I have designes for a whole shift lever so it is not pieced together, just have not gotten around to making it. Also I had to modify the ****fer handle from stock inorder for the new angle and hole in the floor to work correctly. I hadnt done this before hand and it caused problems, intermintint 4x4 and 2wd .. caused for some nasty sounds.
Cool, thank you! You dont have any pics or anything, do you?
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you know what one of the companys has a shifter extender for the T-case on the old rangers back in the 80's i cant remeber which one i beleave it will work being isnt the maunal T-case the same?
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