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Stick shift ****

hi there. the threads are stripped on the stick shift **** on my 97 Ranger. most ***** i've seen were threaded on by a regular type thread like 1/4?NC? Anyway, need to know if i am missing pieces or if this is a common problem? How can I fix it?
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I'm pretty sure your truck doesn't have threads for the shift ****. its a spline and key deal.
you can fix it with glue, if you don't plan on taking it out again.
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i wondered about glue. thanks so much for the info. now to find a good glue; metal to plastic. suggestions?
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Epoxy, i think they acutally make some for that specific application. should be able to get it at Home Depot or Lowes.
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