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Unread 03-31-2004, 01:15 PM   #1
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Okay, I'm really puzzelled.
I was playing with my t-case today and found somthing really neat.
The knob shows the shift pattern to be:

But the shafts are driven in this formation:

Has anyone ever seen this before ??
I took the shift boot off and watched the front driveshaft as I used each described T-case position. I left the transmission in hi gear so I could better feel the range in the T-case, and sure enough, 5 working positions in the case as I have written.

The case apears to be a Dana 20 by all markings and shapes, when compared to pictures that I have sourced. The previous owner confirmed that it is a Dana 20, But says the shift knob is orriginal to the best of his knowledge. He is not the orriginal owner.
Please post any info that might be helpful here. I am truly baffled.

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Unread 03-31-2004, 05:07 PM   #2
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the 20 has always had a 2L just have to hit it right they just never posted it there
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