Re: Dana 20 twin stick

From: David Senatore <>
Date: Sat, 9 Feb 2002 09:35:20 -0500

With a 2" body lift, you'll probably have to trim some extra sheet metal,
but probably not much. I have no body lift and I had to trim some, but only
because I wasn't prepared with a torch to heat and bend the shifters
forward. They seemed to be made to sit too far back when in high range. I've
since heated and bent them forward. Had I done that originally, I could have
kept the hole how it was. BTW, I have a J-stick transfer case.
I got mine from WH. While it is a little pricey, I'm very pleased with the
quality, fit and look. It ain't cheap, but it ain't cheap.
Good luck,
'76 Blue &White
E. Walople, Ma

----- Original Message -----
From: "bronco1" <>
To: <>; "broncofix" <>
Sent: Saturday, February 09, 2002 9:16 AM
Subject: [EBML] Dana 20 twin stick

> All,
> I am going to be dropping the old original 3 speed tranny in the near
> and replacing it with an NP435. Since everything is comming out, it might
> be a good time to switch out the wobbley old T-stick shift for a twin
> setup. If I do this while I have the case out on the floor, do I still
> to cut any metal out around the tunnel for the shifters? I have a 2" body
> lift if that makes any difference. I know I'll need to do some trimming
> the 4 speed shifter, but just want to keep it down to a minimum.
> Lastly, do any of you guys who have dumped your Dana-20s for an Atlas have
> twin stick setup (just the shifters) they would like to sell? $149 from
> the Bronco parts houses is a little steep for two pieces of bent metal.
> Thanks,
> Glenn
> '71 EB Tulsa, OK
Received on Sat Feb 09 2002 - 07:38:39 MST

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