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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 05-02-2012, 05:39 PM Thread Starter
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WTT : Bazzaz "Pull" QuickShift sensor with "Push" QuickShift sensor

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I use OEM style shift pedal (Vortex) so the shift pedal sits in front like the OEM rearset. The "pull" sensor i have will work as "regular/standard shift" OR as "GP/reverse shift" with Woodcraft rearset (cause Woodcraft lever mounts to pedal).

Looking for a straight trade. The sensor i have is practically brand new.
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Re: WTT : Bazzaz "Pull" QuickShift sensor with "Push" QuickShift sensor

So you have a PULL #800QSS standard shift pattern
and
you want a PUSH #800QSR reverse shift pattern

Right?
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Re: WTT : Bazzaz "Pull" QuickShift sensor with "Push" QuickShift sensor

Yes ...

Only with Woodcraft rearsets, which swaps the pivot position, PULL will act as GP/reverse shift pattern. And, i have Vortex (OEM pivot)

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So you have a PULL #800QSS standard shift pattern
and
you want a PUSH #800QSR reverse shift pattern

Right?
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Re: WTT : Bazzaz "Pull" QuickShift sensor with "Push" QuickShift sensor

i have a push
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Re: WTT : Bazzaz "Pull" QuickShift sensor with "Push" QuickShift sensor

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So you have a PULL #800QSS standard shift pattern
and
you want a PUSH #800QSR reverse shift pattern

Right?
were are you finding these numbers?
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Re: WTT : Bazzaz "Pull" QuickShift sensor with "Push" QuickShift sensor

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i have a push
I have a Pull and need a push, you want to sell or trade?
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