[WANTED] Three-On-The-Tree bushing kit

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  1. customsportsman

    customsportsman Member

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    Hi guys,

    Do any of you know where to get a rebuild kit/or parts to rebuild the column shift mechanisms in the column?

    We have a 70 Dart that we rescued from a 30 year slumber (then took on the 3000 mile Lemons Rally last July). Got the car running great, and now would like to fine tune it (fine tune being relative).

    Thanks,

    T.
     
  2. moparmat2000

    moparmat2000 FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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    Never seen a kit to rebuild a 3 on the tree. Most convert to floor shift.
     
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    • toolmanmike

      toolmanmike FABO Staff Staff Member FABO Gold Member

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      I have not seen a kit but you might want to contact Brewer Performance. If they don't have one they may know where to get one.
       
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      • 65dartcharger

        65dartcharger FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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        I might have a kit. Let me look and I get back to you.
         
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        • Oldmanmopar

          Oldmanmopar Going left turning right FABO Gold Member

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          I have a complete tight column without the steering shaft. If interested I will take pictures. Out of a 70 duster. I took the shifter off for shipping but is included. $50 plus ride from 18038
           
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          I had my neighbor turn some on his lathe out of brass, I just measured the I.D and O.D and he made them.
           
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          • toolmanmike

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            Thread moved to Parts wanted.
             
          • my5thmopar

            my5thmopar Life Long MOPAR Owner FABO Gold Member

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            Don't overlook the linkage. I took the column out of my truck and dissembled it. I went to Ace hardware and Lowes. I bought spring washers and a few other parts. I replaced the grommets in the linkage. I had to order the big bushings on the transmission arms. It shifted like new when I was done.
             
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            Thank you very much. This column shifter linkage is more worn out than I expected.
             
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