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Just purchased '04 CDL shifter

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#61
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WHOA WHOA WHOA... settle down people. If I have to have standards, I'm outta here. No way I will settle for less than Schlitz Malt Liquor...


no worries steven, we all know you have no standards...:D
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WAIT! What happened to my warm Pabst Blue Ribbon???:confused:
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WAIT! What happened to my warm Pabst Blue Ribbon???:confused:


Eric drank em all....
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Figures. :rolleyes:
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no worries steven, we all know you have no standards...:D


as long as we all recognize this we'll have a good ol' time

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So I was finally able to track down a t-case shifter from an '04 D2. It was $275 with free shipping and I even got the placard with it too. Still deciding if this is something I want to try and tackle myself or have Tony install it for me. I've seen a write-up on the process so I have a good idea of what's involved but still unsure. Has anyone here installed it themselves or do you have any tips Tony? Thanks in advance.

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Thats gonna be your favorite upgrade. I had Tony and Frank's shop do it for me so can't give you any real advice. It looked like one of those jobs that involved cutting things that if I messed up might cost more to fix my screwup than pay to have it done right...but I am not very mechanical..

Me and the little guy did replace the alternator though!

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It's looking like the job can take 6-8 hours to finish. How long did it take the Cerrone's crew to get yours in? If it's only a couple hours for them I may just leave it to them for the install.

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Call Tony and get a quote on the time.

I did mine myself and it took most of a day at a leisurely pace. You have to take apart the whole console and do some cutting if I remember. It is nothing a home mechanic can't handle if you put your mind to it. It is not a job for the mechanically challenged person though as it is not just a straight bolt on deal.

Worst case if you get into it and need help you can just drive the truck to Tony with it in pieces and have them finish it for you...
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At least Tony doesn't heckle you to your face. We'll he does me, cause we are friends, so I have increased my shadetree mechanic skills to combat that.....

If I am going to get a chuckle, I want the issue to be Ringling Brothers huge! Like "I was trying to change brake pads" and I bring in the truck without the axles.....it just was a little issue....ehehehehe

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but don't quote me....call Tony up and he'll give you a fair bid..

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Hi Guys,

Everything as Gary said.. Removal of consule assembly of course
and does require modification of diff lock cover plate.

For a highly detailed explanation I would have to defer to Frank as
he is the skill behind the Tony.. :D

Total time from us 4 hours in and out.
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Thanks for the replies. I'll mull over this during the weekend, and talk to my friend Chris. He helped me replace the driveshaft and install the lift. Tomorrow we may get the RTE sliders put on RovrFlo as well, but that depends if we can get access to his friend's auto shop garage.

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