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Yes, no, sort of.

Dig out your Haynes manual, and look up the procedure for adjusting the shift linkage. You can modify that procedure to move the position of the gears relative to the position of the spring. Mess with it for a little while, you should be able to get it moved to your satisfaction.

Old 11-24-1999, 06:25 AM
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