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Thread: VIDEO : ROADSIDE REPAIR - How to FIX an Atlas Shift Lever Rattle

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    Cool video...you never know when a cowboy with saddlebags full of tools will show up to help...

    I've never noticed if my front Atlas shift lever is vibrating since it's so loud inside my cab, but I'm going check next time I spool it up on the on ramp...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brute View Post
    Cool video...you never know when a cowboy with saddlebags full of tools will show up to help...

    I've never noticed if my front Atlas shift lever is vibrating since it's so loud inside my cab, but I'm going check next time I spool it up on the on ramp...
    I know, right? When he asked if I had everything I needed, I almost asked if he actually had tools that might be of help on him.

    Trust me, you'd know it if your output shaft nut was loose. And by loose, I mean it could be on 120 ft lbs of torque - maybe more like, backed off a bit.

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    Hi. Thanks for all the good info. Question. What size ammo cans are you using to carry your fluids. Thanks.

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    Now there's a problem I'd like to have. Cool Vid.

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    That was a nice simple fix. I can see where most people would chase the wrong end looking the problem.

    How did you figure out what the real problem was?

    This also shows the value of never leaving without being prepared to work on most anything.

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    Good to know it could be an easy fix. I don't think I've ever been over 75 MHP in our jeep LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailHunter View Post
    Now there's a problem I'd like to have. Cool Vid.
    So funny. Was thinking the same thing.
    Maybe in our JL’s right?!

    Neat video Cindy and Eddie. Loved the “roadside” setting, cowboy and all.
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    Moby sounds great!

    easy enough fix, wondering if the same thing could be on the 3.8 JK?

    I've noticed a slight shake when letting off the gas pedal at higher speeds...my fix has been to not go so fast lol

    definitely going to make the check since it's so simple, thanks!

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    You’re always amazingly prepared. Awesome job!



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    Great video! Do you think the guy on the horse stopped to offer you a ride to town?? 😂 You guys take " Go Prepared" to another level.

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