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Gears in-NO High range ? PLEASE HELP!

[b]Just spent 8 hours being extra careful putting in my 416's from calmini.
Shifter has the same feel in and out of 2high,4high and 4low, as is it did before the gear change, But now I don't have 2high or 4high? Just killer 4low only! What did I do wrong?? (besides doing it myself)
Any input will help.[/]
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Re: Gears in-NO High range ? PLEASE HELP!

I'll assume you removed the ball between the shifter shafts right?
The trick is to grab both of those rods with the end of the shifter...
You got to get a feel for it really. You can't just move one shaft but both at the same time.
Did you go to the link at Off-road in the Zuk tech part to see the NEW shifter pattern?
I should make an AVI of the procedure!
It's real tuff to explain.

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Roll pin out of shift fork? That would let you fell the poppets but not move the shift fork.

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Re: Gears in-NO High range ? PLEASE HELP!

I'm pretty sure that the forks are ok. What's the link to the NEW shift pattern at Off Road .com? Can't find it.
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You may want to start fresh with your shift pattern before getting back into the tcase. You want the two notches to sit right next to each other in view when you look in the shifter hole. This position is 4 high.

If for some reason you are not in 4 high when both notches are perfectly lined up, then you got problems and better go back inside.

It is possible to drop the shifter in worng or with the forks in a wierd position.

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Re: Gears in-NO High range ? PLEASE HELP!

Sorry, it was at IZOOK!!!

http://www.izook.com/tech/2wdlow.htm


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Re: Gears in-NO High range ? PLEASE HELP!

So did you find the problem?



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Re: Gears in-NO High range ? PLEASE HELP!

[b]<font color=blue>Well as it turns out I think when I tapped the shifter fork through the front case, It caused it to have too much play when re-assembled. I also discovered that the rear output shaft bearing was shot. I was also up against a dead line of tuesday for it to be correct and running for Ocotillo Wells. So I scrapped the project, and sent the wife down to Fallbrook to petroworks today, I traded in my box of goodies and paid the difference for a GRSII. Got it in around 7:00pm tonight. I was very pleased after my test run. Since I have 33's, I figured the GRSII would be the better way in the long run any how! Thanks for all the help though.

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Re: Gears in-NO High range ? PLEASE HELP!

Well that sure solves the problem, doesn't it!
I would tend to agree that the GRS2 would be a better choice
if you have stock R&P gears. I'm running 33's, GRS1 and it's missing
some juice to turn the big meats.
I think I might have found a pair of 85 diffs with 3.90's,
that would help make up the difference I'm missing.

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