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Needing Transmission Diagram

Long story short, I replaced my blown slant 6 with an 318 and 727. I am needing the shift cables (bars?) diagram or a few pictures to make sure I am lining things up right, or at the very least, I was given the correct ones. Hanyes/Chilton isn't much help.

Can anyone help? Thanks!

Current project: 1975 D100 - 318ci V8, 727 Auto, 2wd
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Had to custom make a linkage set for mine years ago -- find one in a junkyard if at all possible!

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Yeah, it's unlikely I'll find one. Lots of junkyards around here have been closing or crushing the older stuff. Any ideas to which years match my truck?
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If it's a 76-80 with the 727 I would guess it would fit. Not sure if the 904 is close enough that the linkage is the same. I may be buying a 77 parts truck this weekend -- if I do I'll hook you up.

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Just re-read the original post -- I have a 727 in my late 76 truck. I'll snap a couple pictures tonight for you - I'm fooling with it tonight anyway. Any particular areas of focus you need to see?

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Just re-read the original post -- I have a 727 in my late 76 truck. I'll snap a couple pictures tonight for you - I'm fooling with it tonight anyway. Any particular areas of focus you need to see?
Sorry to see this late. What I'd like to see mainly is the connect for the kickdown and shift bars coming down to the transmission Wide pictures so I can get a grasp for where you are looking.

Thanks!

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I have an original BBD Carter setup; hopefully that's what you've got as well.

If it gets hairy you could use a cable / spring setup too. I've seen sellers online with bracket and cable kits pretty cheap.

I had thought we were talking about the column shift gear change linkage!

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I have an original BBD Carter setup; hopefully that's what you've got as well.

If it gets hairy you could use a cable / spring setup too. I've seen sellers online with bracket and cable kits pretty cheap.

I had thought we were talking about the column shift gear change linkage!
We are talking about column shift linkage, I was just saying that general area is what I'm looking for.

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Better late than never!! Sorry for the changing perspective. Was trying to get light into the right places.














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Last shot is the kickdown shaft from behind the motor -- others are primarily focused on the shift linkage.

Also yes the previous owner used non-DOT compression fittings on the rear brake line -- we're gonna deal with that soon =)

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Last shot is the kickdown shaft from behind the motor -- others are primarily focused on the shift linkage.

Also yes the previous owner used non-DOT compression fittings on the rear brake line -- we're gonna deal with that soon =)
Awesome, this is great! Thanks for the pictures. I'll get under my truck today or tomorrow and compare!

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