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    Dana 300 Air/Shift

    I have wanted to do this for awhile and finally got around to it. Push button shift Dana 300. I will have two small switches mounted between my seat that will give me Front H, N, L and Rear H, N, L with the flick of a switch. Great for doing front burns. I did up a cable shift from the T-case to the air shifter that fits neatly under my dash. Bench testing works great, now that I have all the bugs worked out. Now to put it in the truck and test it. I also threw a 4:1 kit and new bearings and seals in the 300 too.







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    incredible work as usual, thanks again for all the help friday

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    Looks great Sean!!
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    HOLY SHIT! thats cooooooool!!!

    oh and btw i got a hydraulic end pressed on my a/c hose last weekend
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    I have tons of small pnuematic cylinders at work just kickin' around, alway wonder what to use them for, although I can't do this to my jeep, that is one COOL thing.
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    you never cease to amaze me dude

    looks cool
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    dude i would say that is the cats meow, and it is, but ill just say what ive always said. there are some people in this sport and on this site that truly amaze me and others, your one of them dude.

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    WOW, that's incredible... very nice work!
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