Manual trans into auto xr

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andyofcolumbusmerkur
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Re: Manual trans into auto xr

Post by andyofcolumbusmerkur » Wed Mar 25, 2020 7:58 am

Good advice. I'm glad I live in Ohio and don't have any current issues, though I do feel your pain when it comes to e-check. I never thought about contacting my own car insurance if someone hit me while I was on my bicycle, interesting. Though I don't imagine that ever happening since I don't like to wear down the knobbies street riding around.
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Re: Manual trans into auto xr

Post by thesameguy » Wed Mar 25, 2020 11:50 am

It's not something most people would think of, but you learn a lot doing IT for law firms for a decade. :)

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Re: Manual trans into auto xr

Post by JimG » Wed Mar 25, 2020 2:04 pm

I've been following your project, did a similar one last year but was a t-9 to T-5, still trying to sort out a noise on decel! Have had some issues with the clutch linkage "dogbone" When you can i would appreciate it if you could post some completed pics of the install including the clutch linkage.

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Re: Manual trans into auto xr

Post by my8950 » Wed Mar 25, 2020 2:41 pm

JimG wrote:
Wed Mar 25, 2020 2:04 pm
I've been following your project, did a similar one last year but was a t-9 to T-5, still trying to sort out a noise on decel! Have had some issues with the clutch linkage "dogbone" When you can i would appreciate it if you could post some completed pics of the install including the clutch linkage.

Jim
Agreed, this would be good/nice!

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