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That is a strange looking brake pedal. I've never seen a A-body pedal like that.
It's a OD trans. Yes it has 4 forward speeds. People call them by different names.
I don't know if Hurst still provides this service but, A long time ago I sent my Mechanism off to Hurst and they rebuilt it for me. Cost back then...
I would venture to guess that at some point in it's life, Someone lost one of the original and discovered a header bolt fits!
Looks like 67-76 to me. It doesn't have the over center spring.
You can buy a Lakewood scatter shield that would allow you to run the Ford top loader behind a Chevy or Mopar. We ran a toploader behind our BB 69...
Hey Rob, I'm headed to Perry tomorrow. What was the name of the Hot Dog place? And the name of the one we ate?
Hey Rob could it be you need a 904 yoke.
Your right there is a way to do it. But it involves cutting the input shaft.
I read the whole thread to see if someone was going to point this out. Cast crank engines were not drilled to except the long input shaft....
Late to the party. Passon lost it.
Ya gotta love that China Crap, Eh!
Kind of what I thought. At least you solved the mystery of the reverse lights.
I guess I wasn't clear, I believe putting it in reverse pushes the button. Better?
I am pretty sure putting in reverse makes the circuit. Easy enough to tell, shift the trans into reverse and see if the linkage in the hole moves...
For $11.74 or $12.12 for the Standard Motor Products LS-201, it's worth a try.
Was there a picture of the switch on Rock Auto? Compare it to yours.
You gotta watch those that will go both ways! I ain't up for Dat!
With the 4 bolt collectors on those headers, I would say they are old Blackjack or Appliance headers.
I think you may have come up with a great new thread! " Terms that piss people off"
Man the rest of the underside looks nice. You need to paint that thing before installing it.
Turn it around.
Not to worry, your front bearing retaining collar on your transmission will locate the release bearing. Where you have it is a good start.
You should be able to get 1400.00-1500.00 out of the package.
I just sold this same set up to a member here. Except mine included a M/P flywheel, Mcleod diaphragm pressure plate and clutch that were like new...
What kind of money are you talking to fix your old one? Might be a good time to shop for a new 4 or 5 speed? Thru Passion or Brewers ?
Well if not, let me know, I can take some pictures of where the hole is off my 68 Barracuda or one of the parts cars out back.
Seems like I have done it the way I describe in the way distant past, but it has been a while. I know my 68 Barracuda has the hole in the inner...
Isn't the hole for the stud already there. I mean in the inner fender well? You then insert the stud from the inside out,slide the stiffener plate...
Yeah it better! Or you will have all kinds of problems.