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My SSR:
04 Silver/Race Stripes 4:10 gears tuned at 130mph lowered 2"
Shift Cable Repair

Jeff, (Jeffanatic) called me this AM, said his R would not shift out of reverse, lever would move but trans stayed in reverse.
I said I thought it was shift cable, it was.
When I got to Jeff's house he had found a link "transmission shift cable broke!" using the information from RedHot2004 we repaired the cable w/some improvements, at least we think so.

Pictures:
1. Ground rivet head off shift arm.
2. Factory piece w/worn plastic piece.
3. Used 1/4x20 bolt, lock washer and "T" nut w/shoulder, removed prongs.
4. 1/4x20 bolt, lock washer, shift arm, "T" nut w/shoulder, nylon hose, 1/4x20 nut and lock nut.
5. Assembled.

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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 05-14-2011, 01:43 PM Thread Starter
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My SSR:
04 Silver/Race Stripes 4:10 gears tuned at 130mph lowered 2"
More pictures.

1. Shift arm
2. Assembly ready for arm
3. Jeff pressing together.
4. Nuts on. Note we had to add flat washer between nut and shift arm, nut went right inside arm.
5. Done, works fine.

(And before you ask, NO, it doesn't hit anything.

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