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I finally got the manual t-case I bought from Chance awhile ago put in my truck today! We miss you buddy, RIP Chance!
 


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lol, no really, what did you for the shifter? just cut a hole in the floor? lets see the interior! i need ideas for installing my shifter
 

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And on he lives... :icon_thumby:
 

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I went to my local Ford dealer and ordered a floor plate for an auto trans/manual t-case. They are discontinued so you might not be able to find one if your local dealer doesn't have a hook-up with other dealers. It cost me $49. I had the floor console with the cup holders but i'll take the manual t-case over cup holders! I don't know what i'm going to do about the floor where there's no carpet. It doesn't bother me, but we'll see! As for the shifter, it's the 1354M shifter linkage. Nothing special.


 
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Get a piece of carpet from under the seat & patch the hole......or glue a cup-holder over the bare spot......LOL


Chance is looking down & probably gettin a good laff about that bare spot :icon_rofl:
 

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sweet. looks like it was there all along. except for the hole, haha.

do what DG said and stag some carpet from somewhere it wont be missed. i like the cupholder idea too.
 

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I'm thinking about getting some magnetic cup holders or something and just placing them there.:icon_rofl:
 

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Damn, thanks for the pics Tom. I didn't realize there was a hole under the cupholders. I guess I'd better plan for that.
 

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I guess that means my ranger didn't come with cup holders because I have no hole there! lol.
 

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Damn, thanks for the pics Tom. I didn't realize there was a hole under the cupholders. I guess I'd better plan for that.
I'll try and take some pictures tonight or tomorrow. The cup holders are attached to a plastic piece that is screwed down to the floor plate. With this floor plate, there isn't the capability of cup holders because the shifter boot would hit them. You can see the impression in my carpet. The floor plate is just held down by 4 8mm bolts. If you remove the floor plate you'll see the transmission and transfer case.
 

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