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Transfer case shifter boot

Discussion in '40- & 55-Series Tech' started by Iron_Pig, Oct 14, 2003.

  1. Iron_Pig

    Iron_Pig

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    I'm wanting to put an oem-type transfer case shifter boot back in my '78 FJ40 (4 speed). I've gleaned from fellow board members that the boot is actually leather.
    I need to know what hardware I need to hold that boot onto the tranny cover. I've checked the S.O.R website and can't get a clear pic. Member nuclearlemon has some hardware but we can't verify if it fits my application.I want a clean look and no dirt road blowing up through my tranny cover.
    Can you all help with some diagrams,pics,etc. to see if what he has is what I need. We're trying to deal on them.
    Thanks.
     
  2. Iron_Pig

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    I think I found the answer myself at CCOT. The '78 transfer case lever had a vinyl boot,a metal sorta-square ring and a rubber boot that fits under the vinyl one....so,anybody have some of these parts laying around?
     
  3. KNUCKLEDRAGGER

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    Dont get your hopes up about the aftermarket leather style boots what I have seen is pretty crappy quality. I bought one from SOR and wasn't happy at all with the quality .