actually, ur in NJ right, whats the odds of the shifter linkage being intact on that 205 case, and would u be willing to let that go, and also, what size bed did the truck have, im lookin for a set of driveshafts if there in the truck
I'm in PA, just north of Reading. It's not twin-sticks, if that is what you were hoping. But the stock linkage is all intact. The truck was a short bed, I think. I'm not sure. I cut the body off of the truck and now its just the frame, suspension and axles. If the linkage is what you want, I'll sell it to you.
These are the most recent pictures I have of it. I could take measurements if that helps more.
na, single stick would be fine, for my purposes i really dont need a twin stick, but if i had to i had to lol, and the driveshafts arent still on that truck are they, shoot me a price for the shifter linkage. and the driveshafts if u still have them
and if u could measure up the wheelbase of that truck lemme know, center of wheel to center of wheel, that is if ur not using the drive shafts
Driveshafts are still on the truck. I'm not planning on using them, but I won't know for sure for a couple of days. I'm gonna be real busy til Saturday, so I'll take care of it then. I should have some numbers for you Saturday night.
they didnt come in anything like that, as u can see in the picture, they have seperate shift rods that control the front and rear outputs on the transmission, so as in the first pic that is the simplest setup for a twin stick 205 u can run, for when u was 4low front wheel drive only