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post #31 of 38 (permalink) Old 06-13-2017, 12:39 PM
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Glad you got it fixed Dick I cant believe we couldn't get that sleeve on this morning. Thanks for the third light relay and helping to put it in. Was good to see you after your operation you look great, time to buy some stock in Capt. Morgan.
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Just asking , it's very difficult for most of us to make this repair away from home especially when out with our wives who are sure to be giving us an ear full on why we you should have taken care of this before it broke.

I am also going to put in some shelving in my cargo area to hold ALL the How to Repair info. Wonder if I can have the info put in Black leather binders? Some nice mahogany would look nice back there.
That's what the saddle bags are for, one for binders, one for her.

Often wrong...... but never in doubt.
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It's on!

Going to put on How to Library.

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Looks easier than it is.
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post #34 of 38 (permalink) Old 06-13-2017, 04:51 PM
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post #35 of 38 (permalink) Old 09-30-2017, 04:33 PM
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Talking ALL YOU NEED FOR BOTH ENDS; 10 minute fix

Respect to Dicktator and a rock solid fix if you tear it apart....but I had my ride fixed today thanks to this post in literally 10 minutes on the trans side.
1. buy part at OReilly
2. raise truck
3. pull off old cracked plastic piece
4. insert new soft plastic into cable end
5. pop on to shift linkage stud
6. let down truck
7. drive off!!!

If you are in a pinch somewhere GET THIS PART!!! DORMAN part number 14055
All you need is a jack and a pair of pliers to squeeze the new piece into the cable end....


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Dicktator '04 silver SSR, Me '04 SSR silver, Tator mileage about 130?, mine about 128? I couldn't get to Oreilly any faster. Oreilly Auto Parts, $ 11.99
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My SSR:
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Yes, you can put another grommet on transmission shift cable and it will work but IT will fall off, sometime.

Maybe when you are at a Wedding in you tucks' or at the Mall and it is raining.

Jacking the R up and putting a grommet on would not be fun for me.

SO, I made one that doesn't fall off. Stainless Steel.

Which would you rather have?

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1. OEM
2. Dicktator's Shift Kit.
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Dicktator. I did your fix on the wife's 03 and 05. Thanks for your ongoing diligence. Bought them from Mike OF COURSE. Thanks so much for your design. I feel happy knowing she is safer as I travel a lot and not always close by. I do have the greatest towing company in this area who is always very responsive when I call (use him at my auto shop, 10 times a month), but do not want her hot bod on the side of the road, for safety reasons. Thank you sir.
PS. This fix is a must, believe me.
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Yes, you can put another grommet on transmission shift cable and it will work but IT will fall off, sometime.
It's out of sight, it's not hard but a pain in the butt to do, not a lot of satisfaction doing it, so why on earth would you want to do it more than once?
Not dissing you TJ Moneybags, your information is correct for people who want to go that route, and that's what the site is about.

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