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Shift tower asembly

Had a shift tower assembly brought to me to fix. It was disasembled, and when they attempted to put it together a year ago, they had problems and left it set. So I have 2 rods, 2 shift forks, some pinns and a couple tiny balls. So anyone have any idea which rod goes in which holes? I have direction figured out.
It is a 3 speed. I need to find a schmatic although it probably won't help much.
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Re: Shift tower asembly

Which 3-speed? Do you know what year it came from?
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Re: Shift tower asembly

I will find out, It just ended up in my lap in pieces. It is a cj 5 but I will have to get the year....

It almost looks like I have the wrong shaft laying here. No where to connect the fork. I will just keep screwing with it.
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Re: Shift tower asembly

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any idea which rod goes in which holes?

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I need to find a schmatic although it probably won't help much.

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Man, there are just SOOOOOO many things wrong with that post, Jeff.
Didn't they teach you anything in Jr. High health class?
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Re: Shift tower asembly

Kama Sutra might help.
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So I have 2 rods, 2 shift forks, some pinns and a couple tiny balls.

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Wow I'm very sorry to hear that, but it also seems like too much information.

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You are going to want the complete transmission, even if you figure out the shifter how are you going to know that it works without the BOX to put it on.

Just keep playing with your rods and the holes. [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]

By the way, I like tranny's - just ask Aaron's rig [img]images/graemlins/blush.gif[/img] Oops TMI again.

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Re: Shift tower asembly

If it is a CJ5 it is either a T-15 or T-14. IIRC they both have similar shift tower arrangement. After '75 it is the t-150. Couldn't find pic for t150.

I have attached a diagram from the '72 tech manual for the t-15.



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Re: Shift tower asembly

Wow and it seem so inocent when I first posted it [img]images/graemlins/blush.gif[/img]

Thanks shuffjb That helps quite a bit now if I can figure out which shifter fork goes forward and which reverse.

I thought that would be simple but it isint.
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Re: Shift tower asembly

And there was also the T-90 before those.
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