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09-12-2006 06:28 PM
1BLKJP If you are talking about adjusting your linkage then there are two rods that you can see. One of them has a bolt that tightens itself against the other. Loosen that bolt and then slide it back a little to give you more room for your lift etc. Then re-tighten it up and see how that works for you.
09-11-2006 11:33 PM
mrbigjeep what do you mean? you want the adjust the actual pull-up handle or what?
09-11-2006 11:31 PM
upinar
how do i adjust my 4wd lever?

my 4wd lever need adjustment according to people on this forum. does anyone know how to adjust this mechinism. I took my jeep to a 4x4 shop and they will charge me 60 bucks to adjust this. is this a good price or can i do it my self. if so, tell me how please

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