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Old 04-08-2009, 01:09 AM
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5 speed shifter gasket

before i dig in to my truck i thought I would ask if there is any tricks to replacing the gasket on the top of the trans around the shift lever
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No tricks.............But some times it can be a PITA to get the shifting forks back in the right place. Don't ask me how I know..........
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thanks for the reply I guess I'll just take it easy
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