1987 - 1996 F150 & Larger F-Series Trucks1987 - 1996 Ford F-150, F-250, F-350 and larger pickups - including the 1997 heavy-duty F250/F350+ trucks
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Hmm. Not sure what catagory he searched under on Rock auto to find it. Also, I don't know what that fancy looking thing in your pictures is, but if that is what he was talking about I don't think that is what I need.
I need the entire linkage from the shifter down to the transfer case. Now that I think about it, my 4wd shifter isn't mounted to anything, I can just pull it up inside the truck. Is it supposed to have some sort of solid pivot mount? If so, I may be in more trouble than I first thought even.
I just hate laying in the snow under the truck to put it in 4WD.
I've seen drive shafts do some damage after breaking loose but this one takes the prize.
I think a bungee cord is more appropriate in this case.
If I would have only known, but I gave a linkage away like the one you needed to someone who bought my old M5OD and he probably won't need it.
...never owned an automatic in a Ford pick-up...
"Frankenstein" 94 F150 4X4 XLT with 92 5.0 and 89 ZF542
Ford pick-ups I have owned:
63 F100 SWB 292 V8 3 speed w/od
72 Courier 1.8L 4 speed
85 F150 Std Cab LWB 300 I6 4 speed od
Lol, I replaced the transmission and tcase (There was a huge hole in the tcase) and repaired the wiring and body damage. Just woke up to find snow on the ground outside. Hope I don't need my 4WD this morning.
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