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it is from shane (Fx4Wannabe) it is factory 13-54 linkage
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hmm so is mine its just super small, you have any pics before you put it in??? i imagine yours was extended and such for the body lift how did you go about doing that
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i guess i have to get a pic up of my shifter and boot in my automatic

its been done for awhile now
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nice job, looks like it worked out perfect. If mine was in that spot I would do that too, looks clean.
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you dont count because you are a 5-Speed, the 5-speed guys got it easy when it comes to the boot for the manual t-case, it is more difficult for auto guys and especially with an RCM to cover up

The boot for the t-case is the same size whether its an auto or not. And the RCM had to be covered in my truck too......
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Looks awesome man! Great work guys!

Where's the pics of my brackets put on the truck!? lol
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The boot for the t-case is the same size whether its an auto or not. And the RCM had to be covered in my truck too......
well pshh....lol do you have pics of yours covering the RCM? did you cover it with a factory LVLII rcm cover out of a twin sticked truck?
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well pshh....lol do you have pics of yours covering the RCM? did you cover it with a factory LVLII rcm cover out of a twin sticked truck?
Yeah I got a pic somewhere I'll have to hunt it down. But yeah I actully got Bob's factory cover from his level II. yeah yeah I know they never made any kind of cover like that for an auto......I've since ditched it though. Replaced the rubber floor with carpet and ditched the RCM altogether, so no need for any kind of cover anymore. The Ranger isn't my daily any more so I'm not worried about the Airbag system not functioning.
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Oh and I believe I may or may not be the first one to do a manual transfer case swap that has the boot secured AND can shift into 4 Lo.

Eh, i had mine sooner

But I'm not bodylifted either
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Nice Tyler!!!! I recognize those parts. lol. Glad it all worked out for ya. Just don't come near the west coast. lol.



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where did you get the shifter from?? my linkage has just a skinny piece of metal sticking through and i cant think of anything to go over it to extend for the **** and everything
I looked at your tcase swap thread and saw the pic. On the top of the 'shifter', is it threaded? Does it appear to be cut? I swear I've seen a RBC with a THREADED arm that the piece with the ball on it actually threads onto the bottom half of the top half of hte linkage.

I've got another of what exactly Tyler is running(Tyler got his from me)...shoot me a PM if interested. Arm, Ball, Boot, upper half of linkage. No floor plastics.

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i guess i have to get a pic up of my shifter and boot in my automatic

its been done for awhile now
You sir, have something on it's way to Maine...
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