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Unread 07-17-2007, 10:04 PM   #1
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Advanced Adapter Bracket Question

I just partly installed the Advanced Adapter transfer case linkage relocation bracket. (The thing to get the linkage detached from the body.) I say partly because after puttin the bracket on, I was able to get the nut back on the lower stud but not the top. I have to get a more shallow nut in order to catch the few threads still hangin out on the top stud. So what's my questions?

1) Did anyone use the studs that came with the bracket? How would you get the old studs out? They are a coarse thread while the current ones are fine thread so would they even work?

2) Currently without the top nut installed, I can't get the Jeep into 4-Lo. Where is my adjustment for that? This thread kinda touches on it...



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