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Old 12-04-2014, 09:35 AM   #1
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U S Gear 2 speed aux trans

My 1995 REXHALL has an U S Gear brand 2 speed auxillary transmission behind the automatic transmission. I know they went out of business, but hope someone knows of any av available parts for them. Currently mine works but one of the "gear selected" switches is broken and leaks gear oil. Have tried to find a new switch with no luck.
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Old 12-07-2014, 07:48 PM   #2
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My 1995 REXHALL has an U S Gear brand 2 speed auxillary transmission behind the automatic transmission. I know they went out of business, but hope someone knows of any av available parts for them. Currently mine works but one of the "gear selected" switches is broken and leaks gear oil. Have tried to find a new switch with no luck.
do you have a picture of the switch - is it mounted in the case - most of those were backup lamp switches with a ball on the end if my memory servers me... should not be difficult to find similar part, they are used in almost all manual trans applications for rail location, reverse, neutral and over drive, if you get it in your hand, you might find a Napa dealer willing to look at it and worst case, might have to make a connector. Additionally, removing, cleaning with brake clean till you can eat off it, applying a thin layer of mega or ultra grey silicone, should take care of the leak, its not under pressure - if its the one I think - different depths are solvable with washers as shims if its too long, if its too short - I can see a solution but that’s a whole other can of worms...

http://web.archive.org/web/200605170...loded-view.jpg

kinda mounted in the tailshaft housing?
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Thanks for your help. I've had it out but not to NAPA so will give em a try. Researched on line and numerous configs of depth the thread type and width so I will come up with something. They are the Hi and Low indicator light switchs on the case.
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