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Gear Shift

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08-10-2019 12:48:38

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How do I replace the Boot that goes at the bottom of the gear shift on a TO30???

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08-11-2019 17:57:27

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 Re: Gear Shift in reply to smrtnez, 08-10-2019 12:48:38  
Turn the boot inside out...place over the gearshift lever with concave to top. Slide down to bottom, and roll the boot down as you would put a condom on. Wayne

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08-10-2019 16:27:52

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 Re: Gear Shift in reply to smrtnez, 08-10-2019 12:48:38  
Ask yourself how it was done in 1950 on the assembly line. I got hot water out of the tap and let it soak for about 5 minutes inside out. Slide it down the shaft and turn it right side out. Done properly it should take about 4 seconds. Better watch out, the next machine is headed down the line and the boss desire's to know why your so slow???

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08-10-2019 14:24:25

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 Re: Gear Shift in reply to smrtnez, 08-10-2019 12:48:38  
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Lay it out in the sun for a couple of hours, won't be so stiff, as stated already, take the know off. I think coat the gear shift with Vaseline so it slides easier.

You may have to take a pair of pliers and stretch out the bottom once you get it on. There is a groove that the bottom ring will fit in

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08-10-2019 13:10:30

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 Re: Gear Shift in reply to smrtnez, 08-10-2019 12:48:38  
Been a while, but don't remember anything special about it.

Remove the knob and slide it on.

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