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Im on the other end of the spectrum, hydraulic is usually much better. Most people w/a mechanical shuttle get in a hrry and grind and jam them pretty ahrd, even the average homeowner grinds it a bit, hydraulics take the "company man" abuse much better. YOu can go full spedd forward to reverse w/o letting off the throttle many times a day w/a hdraulic and not hav ea problem. New hydraulic shuttle shifts are reliable, youll get more productivity out of a hydraulic too if your using it for business.
1996 Gmc k2500 4x4 6.5 turbo diesel, with mods Blew the head gasket, put all new heads, valves, injecotrs gaskets etc on the truck only to get it together and find out it had no oil pressure, and sounded horrible (pry a spun bearing). SOLD
2007 chevrolet 2500hd Duramax loaded. GM LEMON BUYBACK
2007 Chevrolet LBZ 1 ton crew cab 8ft box
on star, xm, tow mirrors, 145 amp alt,
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