[T2] just a 'refresher'

accessys at smart.net accessys at smart.net
Sat Dec 20 21:10:40 MST 2014

although to be sure you get it in the right place I would not drill until 
you get it shifting properly with just a Tightly screwed down bolt, in 
fact the tip would probably mark the shaft where to drill.  but the old 
measure twice drill once holds true here


On Sat, 20 Dec 2014, David Schwarze wrote:

> Date: Sat, 20 Dec 2014 22:07:06 -0600
> From: David Schwarze <dschwarze at dfwair.net>
> To: type2 at type2.com
> Subject: Re: [T2] just a 'refresher'
> As you can tell it hooks up just fine, it just doesn't shift correctly.
> Any time you deviate from stock you can run into trouble like this.  In your 
> case I suspect it is because the forward portion of the transaxle case is 
> longer on the later transaxle and you need to adjust the shift linkage to 
> compensate.  I recommend you do as Jamie suggests.
> -David
> On 12/20/2014 1:30 PM, syd clarke wrote:
>> pointed, square headed shift rod 'bolt'. I have done a lot of Chevy
>> 'rods', and thought, did the VW Techs, ,make it so that one
>> component,granted, not original,cannot 'hook' up to another earlier
>> component, eg, shift rod and shifter, without redrilling?
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