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Owner: Doctor DeBo
Year: 1992
Model: Mustang LX
Mods: Heavy
State: GA
Type: Nice Weather
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what is a good rear gear for a 5.0
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[08/09/2004] Steeda Stop Bolt Kit


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Prevent Damage to Your TKO 500 / 600 Shift Linkage

The new Tremec TKO 500 and TKO 600 transmissions are the hot ticket for high horsepower applications, but they lack a stop bolt in the shifter to prevent overstressing the linkage during hard shifts. While the TKO gears have a built in stop to prevent over engagement, all of the linkage between the gear and the shifter is still subject to severe shock loading. The shift forks, roll pins, and rails have been known to bend or break from hard shifts. Steeda''s Stop Bolt Kit absorbs the shock load and protects the shift linkage from damage. The kit includes a new shifter top with built in adjustable stops and complete instructions for installation and adjustment.

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