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Old 01-21-2009, 08:59 PM
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i have a buddy that just got a genesis and it wont shift in to 2nd or 3rd gear. he was just wondering how u adj it to shift.. he was also wanting to ask you guys if this thing will wheelie of not cuz it seems like it is pulling with only the front wheels
Old 01-21-2009, 10:17 PM
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check on pages 6 and 8 of your manual, it'll tell you there how to adjust the transmission. For the wheelie bar you have to install the lockblock that came with the truck when you bought it.
Old 01-21-2009, 10:31 PM
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Well, the lock out is a good option for locking the drive train for better wheelie performance, In fact I used to recommend it just as Dan has here. However, experience and testing has proven that using 500,000wt diff fluid inthe center works the same effect and is easier on the drive train components.

The lock block creates a solid connection between the front and rear drive shafts and diffs, thus causing an emense amount of strain on the drive shafts, bevel gears and output shafts, so much so, that you will see a significant amount of accellerated wear as wellas easily broken parts.

The 500,000wt diff fluid is kind of like a shock absorber to the drive train and ease that kind of strain. Better choice!!

Your choice
Old 01-21-2009, 10:35 PM
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That's like paste, but The Real Dogman you're right, the heavy diff oil will relieve the strain on your drivetrain, you just have to make sure you have your engine in tip top shape to keep it wheeling on demand, but for the size of the engine shouldn't be that difficult.
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Does anyone have a recomendation on where to find 500k fluid?

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