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jsmith1122
    
1965 f100 transmission
I have a 1965 F100 with a 3 speed manual and need help finding out how to connect the bottom of the shift linkages to the shift arms? that are bolted to the side of the transmission. When I got the truck, they were connected with thin bailing wire. Any help would be appreciated.

Any help will be greatly appreciated.

Thank you- Jeremy
posted: September 7, 2011
 
    
 
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alleyauto
    
Maybe this video will help you
www.ehow.com/video_4467412_install-make-shift-linkage-bracket.html
posted:  September 7, 2011
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alleyauto
    
Was the video helpful or are you still looking for more info?
posted:  September 8, 2011
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jsmith1122
    
Not entirely. It showed how to make a makeshift shift linkage. I'm just trying to find the bushings and whatever kind of clips hold them in place. My LMC catalogue has nothing as far as shift linkages are concerned.
posted:  September 9, 2011
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jonstruck
    
Here are some drawings and schematics from Fordification
www.fordification.com/tech/schematics_g.htm
posted:  September 9, 2011
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vintagecollector
    
If you're looking for parts, try:
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www.autokrafters.com
www.dennis-carpenter.com
www.blueovaltruckparts.com
shop.autocraftinvestments.com
posted:  September 9, 2011
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