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Thread: Speedo cable connection

  1. #11
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    errrr....noooooo....maybe that your driving style leads to a lot of shit being laid down by other drivers.


    In true USA7s fashion, whose thread have we hijacked this time?
    Mike
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    I was going to say - from speedo right-angled drives to Cincinnati chili and its effects. Never could have seen that coming.

    Getting back to more mundane things, I think the problem I have is with the threaded part that sticks out of the tranny case, not the right-angle drive. I'll get the C-clip off and see if I can get that out. Will my tranny oil come pouring out when I do that?
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