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Re: Chevy Kodiak 70 with 366

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Bama Ray

08-23-2012 11:35:49
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On the two speed get it in high range and disconnect the switch and shift the gears ....I have a uncle that would disconnect the switch and take electrical tape and tape the swith in hi so you could not reconnect and move switch he would do to new trucks....one time when I was 16 he had a driver hired who reconnected switch took tape off and use the two speed he got it hung up between hi and low after we got it fixed he had me drive the truck home fired that driver....he told me later he had talked to the hired driver more than one time about the two speed ....so that is what i have allwayd done and never had one hang up between speeds

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RodInNS

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 Re: Chevy Kodiak 70 with 366 in reply to Bama Ray, 08-23-2012 11:35:49  
They actually work a lot better if the unit gets regular shifting... A two speed that stick is one that's either been misused or never used.

If I had to live with one or the other I'd put it in low. You won't get there fast but at least you'll get there without taking the clutch out.

Rod



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rustyfarmall

08-23-2012 13:01:21
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 Re: Chevy Kodiak 70 with 366 in reply to Bama Ray, 08-23-2012 11:35:49  
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I guess that advice might be okay if you live in flatland country, but around here those 2 speeds get lots of use. That's how you keep the truck rolling right along at a decent speed in the hills.



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