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The plug nearest the rear output shaft is for the speedo; you wont need it.
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Anyone know the part number for the manual shift lever on the Tcase? I have been hunting for it. I need to get a new one.
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Call me when you get off. I have them at home in a PDF. I also have a good connection for Ford parts.
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No worries, I already had planned to call you anyway
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ut oh
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Anyone know the part number for the manual shift lever on the Tcase? I have been hunting for it. I need to get a new one.
shifter comes as a kit and be prepared to drop 200 bucks!
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He should have a shifter assembly. I think he needs the parts that attach the assembly to the t-case.
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Whats wrong with the one in the pic? If that is in fact the part he's talkin about.....
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those guides that hold the shifter linkage in place are broke.
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He should have a shifter assembly. I think he needs the parts that attach the assembly to the t-case.
yeah i do, i have everything needed already, just the shifter piece on the tcase itself is not in that good of shape.
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Sorry to Hijack, but on the topic of 1354 shifters, if there are any up there by you guy's let me know, i'm in dire need of one
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Wow man, I had no idea what your were doing. I hardly ever come on here, usually RPS, but I cannot wait to see this truck again. That was a real treat to see you guys in Ga.
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yeah i do, i have everything needed already, just the shifter piece on the tcase itself is not in that good of shape.
The part on the t-case? Is it bent? Take a picture of it for me.
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Hey Beard there was a guy on explorer forum that was missing that little pin thing that the linkage connects to on the lever on the case itself. He drilled the hole out a little bit and welded a grade 8 bolt through it and used that as the pin. It was a quick fix and apparently worked pretty well for the guy.


Now I think the little pin guide thing is what your saying is broken but I could just be misunderstanding you. If that is what your talking about though that method could be a quick fix for you.
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The part on the t-case? Is it bent? Take a picture of it for me.
yeah its broke.

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Wow man, I had no idea what your were doing. I hardly ever come on here, usually RPS, but I cannot wait to see this truck again. That was a real treat to see you guys in Ga.
Yeah I didnt tell too many people for a while. thanks, hopefully we will run into each other again.

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Hey Beard there was a guy on explorer forum that was missing that little pin thing that the linkage connects to on the lever on the case itself. He drilled the hole out a little bit and welded a grade 8 bolt through it and used that as the pin. It was a quick fix and apparently worked pretty well for the guy.


Now I think the little pin guide thing is what your saying is broken but I could just be misunderstanding you. If that is what your talking about though that method could be a quick fix for you.
do you have a link>? i might make something but i dont think it will cost much, thanks to maurice for the picture. but i need part number 7335 down in the bottom center.

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The 7335 cost me $12.60 shipped for a package of 2 (that is how they come from Ford).

That is the part is bent, not the 7B106 correct?
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7B106 is in fine condition, 7335 is broke in 2

One of these nights I will bust out the sand blaster and clean everything up then I will know what I have and dont have.
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Ahhhhh, I see now.
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Oh ok Beard. I misunderstood you. I thought you were talkin about 7B106 as well. Sorry for that.
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awesome diagram


anyone have one similar for a manual borg 1350 as well?
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awesome diagram


anyone have one similar for a manual borg 1350 as well?
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Oh ok Beard. I misunderstood you. I thought you were talkin about 7B106 as well. Sorry for that.
Well i thought the 7B106 and the 7335 was all one piece at first, i guess it can come apart? who knew... lol
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awesome diagram


anyone have one similar for a manual borg 1350 as well?
I do on my home PC Scott. Email me anytime around 5pm my time and I will email it back to you.

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that part was broke on my dads, he got a new part from ford along with a "plug" for the speedometer thing.
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plastic bushing thing, cost just under 10 bucks.

one of many parts i needed.
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