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Old 07-11-2015, 12:13 AM   #1
South
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e36 shifter linkage.



Im doing a getrag to zf swap on my 325i from a m3 and I ran into a problem.

Its like the transmission is too far away.
The shift neutral line is basically where 2,3 gear are.

I am using a 328 shifter, 325i arm, m3 rod, m3 tran.

The m3 shifter rod (part that attaches from shift rod to tran) noticed it had a bit of a bend. I am guessing this is the problem and that with a unbent rod (which will be obviously be longer) thisll solve the problem?

Such a stupid problem day. First the fork in the trany is not aligned, then i take it off put it back and the stupid slave cyclinder rod falls in.
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Old 07-11-2015, 10:41 PM   #2
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apparently, the pivot carrier is the culprit with the 325i being too long
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