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TWM SS, Install Question #21617 Jun 18, 12:48am Jun 18, 12:48am
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TWM SS, Install Question
I'm sure someone has done it themselves...I just had a couple questions as i'm receiving it this week! grin

- do I need any special tools? i.e. a 'punch' ?
- do i need the vice? (as according to instructions)
- overall difficulty?

thanks all! wave

Re: TWM SS, Install Question [Re: codealiasJD] #21618 Jun 18, 6:44am Jun 18, 6:44am
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This install is very very easy ... there's only one tricky part and that is getting the pin out of the shifting assembly to remove the shifter itself.

I'd say no more than 1 hour to do it all.

I'd say using a vice to remove the balls would be recommended as it makes it a whole lot easier also.

Re: TWM SS, Install Question [Re: codealiasJD] #21619 Jun 18, 10:20am Jun 18, 10:20am
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I did the install at night with a shop light. I recommend you do the install during the day smile

Re: TWM SS, Install Question [Re: RicePowered] #21620 Jun 18, 12:30pm Jun 18, 12:30pm
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Originally Posted by RicePowered
This install is very very easy ... there's only one tricky part and that is getting the pin out of the shifting assembly to remove the shifter itself.

I'd say no more than 1 hour to do it all.

I'd say using a vice to remove the balls would be recommended as it makes it a whole lot easier also.


I agree. I couldnt imagine struggling with those balls without a vice. But the overall install is very easy.

Good luck

Re: TWM SS, Install Question [Re: codealiasJD] #21621 Jun 18, 12:52pm Jun 18, 12:52pm
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sorry..so do i need to buy a "punch" ?

and where to find a vice? hehe

Thanks ppl. grin

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