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Old 08-13-2002, 10:50 PM
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Can someone tell me the shift pattern for the transfer case. Where the lever needs to be for 2wd drive, neutral and high and low range 4wd. Also does some one back after market shifters so you can use two levers on the transfer case?

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Old 08-13-2002, 11:09 PM
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The transfer case pattern is in a "U" shape starting upper left= 2wd, lower left=4wdHIGH, lower right=neutral, upper right= 4wdLOW.
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Does any one make aftermarket shifters for the d 20 so that you will have 2 levers instead of one.

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Thanks for the help. It is not easy to get thse things to work well.
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Thanks for info on rods. Ordered them tonight. Yeah team.
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