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Rockford514

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I get a LOT of PMs on this

I'll clean and organize it a little later
















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Good stuff rock


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thanks rock, 
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The shifter on top is it for 4x4 2x4 or is it hi and low and what is the bottom one for?

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Top is hi and low. Bottom is 2wd, 4wd. You can tell from the shift fork in the picture which is which.

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How do you get the 4x4 shifter to stay in when i push it in it comes back out like it is spring loaded or something when i hold it in it changes the direction of the rotation of the shafts.

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I made stops and left the spring out.

I'll add more pics later today


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is   low all the way in  or allthe way out rock

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I need to finish the wright up.

Mine works GREAT goes in and out of 4x4 real easy

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What case is this the 221 or 223?
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T-136-21 Sprag

T-136-27 Air

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Ok total newb question ......whats the purpose behind the welding?
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So that it will stay in 4x4
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Reverse 4x4
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So Buddy, how many times you wipe your hands off to take pictures during this process? lol
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londo

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This was a very simple process to do thanks to the pics rock. I finally welded mine last weekend.
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the pics look complicated untill you take it apart and see for yourself, incredibly simple. I ended up welding one sprag and gutted the other to make it 2/4wd
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