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  1. This is the bolt with locknut that sticks out of the back of the transmission and by screwing in and out controls the rearward throw of the reversing mechanism. When screwed too far in, reverse does not engage or does not fully engage. This is my situation, bolt being sheared off flush to transmission case. My Ural Guru tells me these bolts and corresponding threads in case are differently machined. So I suppose safest bet is one from that year (2001). If the one you provide does not work, I will pay shipping back to you. In my current post on bolt extraction I am looking for tips. Thank you, Setter Chauffer
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