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post #1 of (permalink) Old 09-11-2003, 09:16 PM Thread Starter
 
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installing t-case gears... problem

I cant get the spedo bullett out of the t-case the speedo cable is out the instructions say just grab with pliars and pull sheeiiite i have pulled with every thing i can get in the whole..please help
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Re: installing t-case gears... problem

Are you talking about the speedo cable on the outside of the case? Or something inside.
If its just the cable, undo the screw/bolt beside it.
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Re: installing t-case gears... problem

Yes make sure the screw is out. They can be bastards to pull out I soaked mine for a day with solvents then carefully warmed the case with a turbo torch and Map gas. duck billed vise grips and some persuasion to the side of the case.
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Re: installing t-case gears... problem

linemens pliers work real well and a big hammer
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Re: installing t-case gears... problem

one more vote for "make sure the screw is out". When I did my Tcase with bansenshukai, we forgot to take out that screw and ended up pounding the snot out of the thing trying to get the bushing loose. When we finally took out the easy to overlook screw, the bushing practically fell out.

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