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removing kingpin from shift linkage


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I know this may be a basic step for some of the members, but before I start beating the crap out of something...anyone know the best /easiest way to remove the kingpin from the shift linkage? I attach a picture for your reference. I am referring to Step 11 figure 6 number 12.

A BIG thanks in advance to anyone who helps out here!

THANKS

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Shouldn't be any harder than the directions. The fixing screw can sometimes create a barb on the Kingpin making it hard to slide out of position. Once you loosen the fixing screw (you do not have to fully remove it), the Kingpin should move easily. If it moves to the side easily and then stops ot is more than likely that the Kingpin has a barb. Be patient....

Todd

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