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Let me know. I can bring it down there the next time I come down to Nicks if you want.
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any update on the ground hog
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looks good!! find someone with a jag terrior and that'll take care of those lil freakers!!!
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On to the driveshaft, I'm finding conflicting information. Will a 94' Expo driveshaft work with my front diff or not?

Edit: Found this https://www.ranger-forums.com/f37/dr...uestion-98825/.

..and no groundhog yet. That sob is caddyshack smart!

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lol..caddyshack smart...
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One piece closer!!

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Sweet! What do you still need?
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Sweet! What do you still need?
That little plastic bushing for the linkage and some cosmetic stuff for the shifter(boot and handle).

Other than that I just need to figure out how to offset it so I can keep my cupholders.

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Well since i have a auto and i love my cup holders i modified the shift linkage this way i could keep my cup holders. This is what we started with.




And this is the way it is now...couple things i need to do yet but thats bout how its going to sit and look.



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I have the factory boot/bezel for a manual case with auto tranny. Don't know if you want this kind or the other kind in those pics, just throwing it out there though cause I know they can be hard to find.

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you got me thinking, i kinda want to put my kokanee beer tap on my manual transmission shifter now...

as for mustard gas, it's easy to make... 2 ingredients... bleach and ammonia...
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Matt 1 Groundhog 0?
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Fail!

Tried a couple different things over the past week (greens, carrots, apples, and peanut butter) and still no groundhog. The only thing I've caught was a couple birds. lol
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try bleach and ammonia
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If you find a place to get the little plastic bushing pieces for the linkage let me know. I need one myself.
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If you find a place to get the little plastic bushing pieces for the linkage let me know. I need one myself.
Got the bushing I need, #3L5Z-7335-AA, at the dealership for $11.



I've got everything I need to put this thing in now. Just gotta figure out how to offset the shifter and BAM!





...and Ford's craptastic looking recall fix. Jumper for the cruise control or something like that.



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Don't you just hate them groundhogs?
fireing a 12 guage in woodbridge va is not the smartest of ideas but the exploding grounghog was well worth it
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I'll be getting my TSL's friday. Let me know when you wanna go!
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I'll be getting my TSL's friday. Let me know when you wanna go!
Headed to the farm next weekend.

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Finally getting started. Got the shifter mocked up for measuring before the draft started. Pretty pumped about it! Hopefully I can get the shifter offset and welded up next week.

What a mess!! The padding was wet and everything just filthy.
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coming along man, whats the word on the pest?
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Have you figured out how to offset the shifter yet?
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coming along man, whats the word on the pest?
I still haven't got him. That sob has charged me a couple times and I even run it up a tree. I've tried to be nice but It's getting the 22 here soon. The only thing that's been holding me back is I'm right off main street. lol


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I plan on using some 1x1 angle and rod. I'm planning to cut the floor right about where that wire is running.

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