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Fred Sowerwine, Montana's Max dealer
Intermediate Member
Username: Fred4dot

Post Number: 76
Registered: 01-2005
Posted From: 216.166.168.53

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Posted on Wednesday, August 24, 2005 - 01:09 pm:   

Charles, Issues with the T-20 are user specific. Many use it for years with no issues at all. The shift collar nubs are designed to be the weak point as they are the least expensive and the easiest to replace. The T-20 is a precision piece of equipment and if it is used with a certain understanding of how it works, most will not have any issues. Most band breakage is due to a human body falling into the laterals or really aggressive operator movement. The T-20 works better and more smoothly, the more hours on it. Adjustments are few and far between. There is a learning curve on getting the most out of a T-20, but those who master it will find most anything else lacking.