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post #1 of (permalink) Old 09-02-2002, 10:13 PM
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T-90 Shifting Pattern??

Ok guys. I have a question. What is the shifting pattern for the T-90? I have the sticker but it is all faded. ANd, it is a twin stick, I know that the left stick is for the 2wd and the 4 wd, and the right is for high and low range, but where do I put the stick? Right now, I have both of them towards the back, is this right? Oh, and it doesnt want to shift into 4 low, is there a problem? And, I would like to have 2 high and low, how can i do this?
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 09-02-2002, 11:22 PM
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Re: T-90 Shifting Pattern??

Just for clarification, you've got a T-90 transmission and a Spicer 18 transfer case - the pattern for the 'case is like so:

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Re: T-90 Shifting Pattern??

Ya, sorry I forgot that. Thanks a bunch. I feel like a real A&& right now. And, how would i be able to convert it so I can have 2 low also?
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post #4 of (permalink) Old 09-03-2002, 10:59 PM
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Re: T-90 Shifting Pattern??

For 2 low with mine I always left the In/Out shifter in "Out" and shifted the gearbox into "Low" - it worked on my 55 which I think was all original, at least no modifications were made that I was aware of.
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Re: T-90 Shifting Pattern??

if its the dana 18 there is a dowel pin in between the two shift handles you have to take out so it will go 2wd low be carefull it's a lot of power on the rear end
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