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Thread: Shifting to third gear and end up grinding reverse

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    Default Shifting to third gear and end up grinding reverse

    Had my M715 out of the garage today for an early spring exercise session.
    Seems like I have to relearn how to operate the truck every spring. LOL

    If I grip the shifter knob too tightly with the palm of my hand, I miss 3rd and I end up going into the reverse slot, which really makes me mad at myself.
    If I hold the shifter knob lightly with my fingers everything is fine, I go through the gears like I know what I'm doing.

    Anyhow, hope everyone on here is doing fine.

    Dan

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    If you can't find 'em, grind 'em

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    I guess its okay to have a death grip on the steering wheel but you better be Cool Hand Luke on the shifter...at least you know!
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    Judging by the looks of my reverse gear on my T98 rebuild, this is a common problem.
    Liz, covid, murdered 10/19/21

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