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What would the shift pattern be like if I built a twin stick for my 203. Lo/hi one stick and 4wd/2wd other ? Anyone have any experience with this? Tired of factory junk. Pops out of 4wd at the worst times and i'm single so I dont have anyone to put thier foot on the stick. Thanks

 
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I had the same problem, after 3 factory Hurst shifters I made my own twin stick. I used the factory linkage and bracket. Then I made my own shift levers (out of 3/16" 1"wide flat bar 12" long), drilled the centers to match the center on the factory bracket, threw in a few bushings and spacers and viola!! Super shifter. I had to do some adjustment on the linkages. I've had it pop out of Lock 3 times since the shifters but after further review I rebuilt my T-case and no more problems, you man want to check your chain, Mine was more than 2 links long (no wonder so many problems). Since all that I've yet to have any problems.

Brian (aka GrimWheeler) Proud new owner of a FJ45 (Project) pickup



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I didn't think you could twin stick a 203 but I could be wrong. The 205 has two shift rails coming out of it making it possible to have this option where the 203 does not.

Shawn
87 K5
few mods

 
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