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Old 12-24-2015, 03:13 PM   #43
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Glad I'm not the only one with this issue. Does anyone know if Toyota has a fix? I did notice that when moving the shifter, the bolt rubs on the bottom input shaft causing the bolt to turn.

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Old 12-26-2015, 11:19 PM   #44
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loctite like it says in the instructions
I did. Maybe the loctite isn't doing its job. I used the blue one.

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I did. Maybe the loctite isn't doing its job. I used the blue one.

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first time i didn't use loctite learned my lesson the hard way,

i used Permatex Medium Strength Threadlocker BLUE from auto zone so far so good
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first time i didn't use loctite learned my lesson the hard way,

i used Permatex Medium Strength Threadlocker BLUE from auto zone so far so good
How long has that been applied? And does your bolt rubs onto the bottom input shaft?

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Old 12-27-2015, 03:47 AM   #47
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How long has that been applied? And does your bolt rubs onto the bottom input shaft?

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I have the shifter for over a year
Applied like 6 months ago
Nothing rubs
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Old 12-27-2015, 06:29 PM   #48
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Mine came loose also....did blue locktite and is holding better, but it will come loose if i use it the way i want to use it....so will take it easy until have time to use red or 272.
Two things- when using Loctite, the threads have to be very clean. Alcohol works pretty good. One way is to put the alcohol on a thin rag, and push the rag into the thread valleys with your thumbnail as you turn the fastener. The female threads can't be cleaned that well, but at least use a q-tip with alcohol.

Also, if you use red Loctite, you won't be able to remove the fastener if you need to, unless you can get heat on it.
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Guys with this loosening issue, does the inside shoulder of the adapter sit flush against the right shoulder of the bore, or does the upper collar force it to rest at an angle?
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Put some permatex red threadlocker on the bolt today. Hopefully this time it won't come undone.
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Guys with this loosening issue, does the inside shoulder of the adapter sit flush against the right shoulder of the bore, or does the upper collar force it to rest at an angle?
Upper collar forces at an angle...

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Bingo. I struggled like hell with one just like it. Finally gave up customizing the customization. It's an atrocious design relying on completely unrealistic goals for tolerance. Throw that POS in the trash or demand a refund. If you must have a short shifter, get the JDM actual lever.

...or the kartboy.

Sorry. The entire line of people allowing that thing to go to market should be fired.
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Bingo. I struggled like hell with one just like it. Finally gave up customizing the customization. It's an atrocious design relying on completely unrealistic goals for tolerance. Throw that POS in the trash or demand a refund. If you must have a short shifter, get the JDM actual lever.

...or the kartboy.

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thanks!!!

I love messing with this POS...so i'll keep having fun!!!!

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I love messing with this POS...so i'll keep having fun!!!!

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Good luck! Let me know how it works out.
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If it comes undone after the threadlocker, I may just invest in the actual JDM shortshifter.
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Does anybody know if the TRD quick shifter kit will fit a RHD GT86

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