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Here is RangerExtreme's set up. He kept his cup holders. What he did was was welded on some pipe to move the shifter over to the drivers side 3 inches. Ask him he can explain it better than me. I know the shifter cover came out of a F150 and a lil trimming had to be done to that and the cup holders.





thats isnt twin stick that wont help him in anyway
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I forgot he was looking for twin sticked ranger.

Me = FAIL!

On second note tho. It looks like there might be enough room to keep the drivers side cup holder if he moves the shifter over a lil to the drivers side like RangerExtreme did.
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Here is RangerExtreme's set up. He kept his cup holders. What he did was was welded on some pipe to move the shifter over to the drivers side 3 inches. Ask him he can explain it better than me. I know the shifter cover came out of a F150 and a lil trimming had to be done to that and the cup holders.





IMO...this set up would be perfect for the one who doesn't mind cutting his stock manual trans bezel/cupholder. I don't think he'd lose both cupholders with this setup....

Still waiting on Scott to post underside pics to see what was done to move it over in F150 shifter location. I can see it being pretty simple really.....pipes as spacers on the bolt locations, longer bolts, and welding in a longer 1/4" solid round stock for the 'pivot' coming off the tcase.
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thats isnt twin stick that wont help him in anyway
Actually.....the same idea can most definately be applied to a manual trans truck... I think it helps alot if he wants to keep two cupholders because as-is, stock shifter locations definately don't allow for a driverside cupholder.
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Marcus....to bypass the damn extention housing....There's a guy over at TRS who used a '06 4.0 and '06 5spd on his BII build....made his own bracket that bolts onto the trans which gives him the threaded bungs for the linkage for the tcase. TRS is down right now, but when it's up, I'll post his pics here for ya. It's a neat idea that I honestly never thought of.
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Marcus....to bypass the damn extention housing....There's a guy over at TRS who used a '06 4.0 and '06 5spd on his BII build....made his own bracket that bolts onto the trans which gives him the threaded bungs for the linkage for the tcase. TRS is down right now, but when it's up, I'll post his pics here for ya. It's a neat idea that I honestly never thought of.
Here's the truck's build thread....
Project El Taco...1990 BII - The Ranger Station Forums

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I built my bracket for the X-case shifter today, also added a little "bling" to the shifters.






Threw the X-case on the tranny as a mock up to make sure everything would work correctly, and all looked good. Tomorrow Im going to throw the X-case in the solvent tank and clean it up a bit more. Also hopefully I can get my hands on some ABS and fill the large hole in my heater box.

Maybe Ill be able to get this engine in permanently this week, I guess Ill cross my fingers.
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IMO...this set up would be perfect for the one who doesn't mind cutting his stock manual trans bezel/cupholder. I don't think he'd lose both cupholders with this setup....

Still waiting on Scott to post underside pics to see what was done to move it over in F150 shifter location. I can see it being pretty simple really.....pipes as spacers on the bolt locations, longer bolts, and welding in a longer 1/4" solid round stock for the 'pivot' coming off the tcase.
I haven't seen the underside of his truck. But I do know that he moved it over 3".
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