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GOMEZ Silver Member MICHAEL ONEILL
Greenwich, USA   USA
Anyone have the two bolts that position the shift lever?" I need for reassembly.

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poolboy Ken D
Sandy Hook, MS, USA   USA
I don't think they are bolts....they are pins with 5/16" fine thread and a jam nut to hold the adjustment. but a common bolt and jam nut would probably work as well



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TR3driver Randall Y
Confusion, Los Angeles, USA   USA
IIRC you need to file the threads off the bolt, where it goes into the groove on the shifter.



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philstr6 phil Jaegeling
arroyo grande calif, USA   USA
michael
,i have spares for the later top,does the cap have slotted holes on each side or round holes
phil


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GOMEZ Silver Member MICHAEL ONEILL
Greenwich, USA   USA
Thanks I need two of the pins on the far right I believe. Here's a photo of the cap. Let me know how much you want. Thanks .


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philstr6 phil Jaegeling
arroyo grande calif, USA   USA
ok,pm me your address and I will send you two of them,does your trannie have overdrive,or a anti raddle bar is what the ones on the left go to
Phil

GOMEZ Silver Member MICHAEL ONEILL
Greenwich, USA   USA
It does have overdrive I removed the old trans and I'm replacing it with a newly rebuilt trans w/ OD J7. Whats a anti (raddle) I'm sure you meant rattle bar? I'll Pm you my address thanks so much. Michel

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