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    Which CFDS do I have?

    It looks like its a 1 piece that replaces the front 2 sections and retains the stock short (a little over a foot long I think) section that attaches to the rear diff.

    This is currently on a 5speed car. Regardless of brand, does this mean that I can't use it with a 6speed? Someone once told me "swap the stock section with the one from a 6speed" but I think that's only if the stock section was the front piece that connects with the TC?

    Any insight would be appreciated. Thanks!

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    Yes it's all garbage so take it off and ship to me
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    Well if it can't be made to work with a 6speed (I'm converting the car to jdm geared 6speed) then it will be up for sale for sure! lol

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    That should be an ACPT.

    I would see how much it inserts into your 6 speed transfer case before selling. My pst is a little longer than stock, I *think* it may be okay int he 6 speed, but would have to measure to be sure.

    Parting 6 speed
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    here is the 6 speed shaft i wonder how much different yours is

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