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Old 03-17-2009, 04:18 PM
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M5R2 Shift repair kit

Hey guys, It's time for me to order the parts to repair my sloppy hard to shift shifter on my M5R2 tranny. The truck is a 95 F150 4X4. There are a few kits on ebay that I've come across and I was looking for an opinion on which one I should get, I'll list the links below, let me know what you think!

eBay Motors: Ford Ranger Explorer F150 5 Speed Shifter Kit M5R1 M5R2 (item 370173691446 end time Mar-18-09 09:37:07 PDT)


eBay Motors: Ford F150 Ranger Explorer M5R1 / M5R2 Shifter Repair (item 190289251026 end time Mar-25-09 21:06:42 PDT)


eBay Motors: M5R1 M5R2 Shifter Repair Kit Ford Ranger Explorer Sport (item 360132787672 end time Mar-20-09 10:55:24 PDT)
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Nobody has any insight for me? One of these auctions ends pretty soon, looking for a bit of advice on which one looks like the better kit.
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I don't think it matters which one they all look to be about the same.
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