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post #1 of 5 Old 12-27-2010, 12:37 PM Thread Starter
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Gear Shift Problems

I tried searching and havent been able to find anything but on my 01 with the 6-speed transmission I seem to have a problem. When I try to use reverse or low the shifter is over against my leg, and after driving similar trucks the shifter does not come nearly as far over. Is there any adjustment for the shifter or possibly something wore out and when in OD it is almost touching the cup holders.
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post #3 of 5 Old 12-30-2010, 03:55 AM
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it normal, there is no adjustments, the ZF 6speed is geard close like the old ten speed grain truck, if your driving in reverse and low enuf to bother you then we have a problem lol jk

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Thanks for the reply, I actually found the problem yesterday, I took the shifter out and it had a crack and was bent where it bolted on behind the boot.
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cool glad you found the problem, they are normally close though, must have been a hell of a bend. Anyway good deal you got er fixed.

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FRx, HPx, 38r,
SP boost fooler, 6637, zoodad
HD clutch,
Bigger stix and nozzles, airdogII,
Terminator T-500 HPOP, Snow stageII,
PHP FU2, 4"tb 6"tip,
ISSPRO's(boost, pyro),
fog lights, bedliner,
4" block kit, 315/75R16 General A/Ts
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