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03-24-2013 10:35 PM
bc3_Jeep is there ANY wiggle to it at all????

Could it be that it is rusted in place or frozen up from exposure???

Possibly shooting it with KROIL on top of the stick and let it drip down.......seen this work on tractors over the years. You may have to drain and replace lube oil after...... because of contamination......but that may be a given already......
03-24-2013 09:31 PM
Dana 20 Twin Stick Trans Stuck

Back into jeeps after taking a few years off...just picked up a woods jeep that has a twin stick mated to turbo 400 and a 304. Cant get rear out of 4 low. Front will shift in and out of low to neutral with ease, no grinding no issues. Before I take a breaker bar to the rear shifter handle any ideas?
Thanks in advance

~fyi...first twin stick, but i do like the benefits of it so far

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