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post #1 of (permalink) Old 12-26-2002, 01:47 PM Thread Starter
 
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T/case shifter problems

When shifting my T/case it hangs up. I did a serch and it may be the SHEET ~ thing is I removed mine and it dosen't look like the one pictured in the above attachment I found in the search.. Mine is thinner and flat , doesn't have the lip as pictured . The one I'm holding is the one I removed from my Zuk.. I can pull the shifter and reposition it and t/case will shift a few times then hangs up again. what does the SHEET do excately? Mine doesn't "seem" to be worn or any thing.
Also the locking arms on the cap on mine are bent down at a slight angle insted of being straight as pictured.
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 12-26-2002, 02:46 PM
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Re: T/case shifter problems

The o-ring "sheet" outa yours is probably worn right down. Ive pulled a few cases aprt and have had the sheet gone or compleyly crumble in my hand. I had my t-case lock up a few weeks ago even with a new sheet. I think the best thing to do is come to a complete stop before ya switch around. Throw the new sheet in by all means though
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Re: T/case shifter problems

what happens is it holds the shifter UP into the position it needs to be, once the sheet wears, the shifter sits lower and will start jaming. i have a crapy old monitor so cant see your pic really well, but if its wore, it would allow the shifter to sit lower than its supposed to be letting it hang up. dont know what would cause the "locking arms" to be bent down though.
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Re: T/case shifter problems

Well I have a crappy old camera I took the picture with to so that didn't help any. Well what I've done till I can get a new one is get a pice of flat flexible plastic about 2x the thickness of a sheet of paper and cut it to the same size as the O ring and then siloconed it to the O ring bilding it up a bit . will see if that works for now. [img]images/graemlins/crazy.gif[/img]
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Re: T/case shifter problems

The piece you're holding is whats left of the sheet. Get a new one and you'll be good to go.
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