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mack49
    
what makes my 1949 truck jump out of second gear?
it's a 3 speed on the floor.
posted: May 2, 2012
 
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retiredpartsman
    
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you did not say what make truck .it could be a bad bearing allowing end play in input or output shafts or worn teeth on the second gear or syncronizer where they mesh.another possibilty is a worn shift fork not getting full engagement of the gears. only inspection will give proper answer.
posted:  May 2, 2012
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