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Level II shifter prob and waxed pics

Heres my shifter extension:




I NEED a 92-97 4x4 (with manual tcase and trans) Ranger Shifter floor assembly, with the offset, SOMONE PLEASE find one in a JunkYard and I'll pay, there are no JY around here that has any.

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What is the problem you're having?
PM FX4wannabe01, he might have some tcase linkage for you.
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nice truck mang, love the rims
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I need a 92-97 4x4 Boots and bezel, the offset one like my original LVL II bezel...The 4wd shifter hits the bezel and It wont go in/out of 4lo easy at all. I need some rubber boots and a bezel.
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I got a new bezel and boot when I upgraded to a Hurst shifter. Then I got another boot and bezel from Advance Auto for the 4x4 shifter.
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Clean rig man. Looks real good
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nice truck. what size tire and lift have you got?
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I would almost put an "s" bend in your t-case extension, to set the shifter where it's supposed to be.. Only extended up 3in.

Also I would look into placing the shifter handle on the other side of that adapter. To return it to of more a stock feel. With that adapter, looks like you're about 1/2in off from the stock placement. I would try that first before looking for a floor bezel, cuz you've got the good bezel.
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Heres my shifter extension:


I NEED a 92-97 4x4 (with manual tcase and trans) Ranger Shifter floor assembly, with the offset, SOMONE PLEASE find one in a JunkYard and I'll pay, there are no JY around here that has any.
Sorry I forgot about your pm. Are you wanting a boot/bezel like i'm running? It works in my truck with no trimming at all. It makes me sad to see that butchered level II floor plate. That part is so rediculoulsy hard to find and I know it will work without trimming because I'm running the same one, which I paid out the *** for once I was able to find it.

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I would almost put an "s" bend in your t-case extension, to set the shifter where it's supposed to be.. Only extended up 3in.

Also I would look into placing the shifter handle on the other side of that adapter. To return it to of more a stock feel. With that adapter, looks like you're about 1/2in off from the stock placement. I would try that first before looking for a floor bezel, cuz you've got the good bezel.
Not necessary to do either. The shifter is essentially in the same position as factory since he removed the rubber dampener that was originally on the section of the lever that the bolts go through. And that level II bezel will barely work in stock configuration, I know it can be done but its extremely difficult to successfully make it work with a body lift.
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sweet lookin rig man...
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Looks pretty good man! We all need to meet up somtime in NC.
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Looks pretty good man! We all need to meet up somtime in NC.
I seen this truck in person when I traded for his Alcoas and it is pure sex on wheels! I love his set up. I think he has 15X8 wheels he got out of Summit or something and 33" BFG A/Ts w/ 3" body lift. I want this truck so bad!
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Nice wheels!
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i want that setup sooo bad... anyone know if you can even buy the factory ball and trim from ford?
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whats ball and trim?
If you mean the Level II bezel and boots, sure they're only $385
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i want that setup sooo bad... anyone know if you can even buy the factory ball and trim from ford?
I was getting ready to say u have a level II, so u should have that setup, but now I see u have an 06' so no twin sticks for u...lol
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whats ball and trim?
If you mean the Level II bezel and boots, sure they're only $385
yea the **** and bezel/trim.. same thing
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Like i said you can order the boots/bezel from Ford but its $385.
You'll have to make your own tcase shifter
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Like i said you can order the boots/bezel from Ford but its $385.
You'll have to make your own tcase shifter
You got this done ?
If not why can’t you make the adapter to go up and forward; that would take the twist out of the boot Position, I think.
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lovin your truck, i DIG those rims.
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truck looks awesome dude!
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Thanks everyone I appreciate it, really.


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You got this done ?
If not why can’t you make the adapter to go up and forward; that would take the twist out of the boot Position, I think.
I have a shift extension, i dont have any pics handy. But i have a new bezel and boot out of the old rangers. Kudos to Razorsedge
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And I have his L2 boot and bezel, as well as an older bezel from the older rangers like Dustin. :-)
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OK I don’t have any Lvl II Bezels and at this moment in time I don’t want one.

BUT, OK on the Shift extension; where I was going is, does the shift extension that you have move the shifter forward enough to straighten the boot/bezel ?
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no it doesnt. Its a simple piece of flat steel about 3". In 4lo the shifter is almost touching my leg. It works well with the new bezel, even in 4lo. Overall I am happy with my new setup...
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