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Old 02-08-2011, 11:53 PM
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I've taken both of them apart and came across a new problem:

not sure what to do with this now
OK, going by this, you cannot swap the correct lever into the trans that is replacing the original trans?

Sorry if I'm being too obvious here, but what is the difference that makes the first shift assembly incompatible w/the second trans?
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notice the depth of the lever plates on the shafts. I need to use the lever on the right side but it does not go fully into the case. the rollpin will not line up and the tang does not catch on the valve body.
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How is the "lever plate" attached to the shaft? If it's a press fit, drive it downwards to the same level as the old assembly, and turn it to the right orientation if needed. MIG it into place afterwards. If it is held on by some other means, deal w/it appropriately.

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