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Old 10-08-2013, 10:00 PM
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Transfer case shift **** removal

Ive been trying to figure out how to remove this **** today, and I know i've read a few posts of people trying and they say the **** cant be removed but I just dont believe it! I cut off some of the rubber on the **** with a knife and its all white plastic underneith.. I just dont believe that its actually impossable to remove the **** lol has anyone had any luck?
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Old 10-09-2013, 08:18 AM
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I THINK the rod is finely splined and the **** is pressed on. Are you wanting to install a custom ****/handle? If so you may need to remove the lever from the vehicle and carefully grind the end down to the appropriate diameter for threading to your desired size. If removal of the **** remains a problem, heat it and the lever with a dryer or heat gun (be careful with a heat gun) and it should soften and slide off fairly easily.
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Yeah ill be replacing it with a Hurst T-Handle.
I just ordered one so once I get it ill work on getting the stock **** off, ill come back here and let you know how it went lol
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Just make an adaptor to slip over the splines and a threaded end to match the shift ****. I did that on my old 1989 F150.
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