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Old 01-31-2007, 04:24 PM   #1  
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2005 or 2005.5??

How do you find out if your truck is 05 or 05.5? Is it based on where your reverse is located on the stick. 05.5 is down and to the left??
Reason being I'm looking for a new clutch.
I think I'm right
Thanks for any help.
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Nevermind I just called Southbend and I was right.
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