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Exclamation HELP!!! Missing Shift Coupler…

Installed my engine and tranny in my car last weekend. Everything is hocked up and working, unfortunately I can’t find the shift coupler that connects the rear of the shift rod to the joint on the side shifter tranny. If some one has one of these cast aluminum shift couplers sitting at home please let me know!!!
For all those who do not know what I’m talking about it is part 28 and 29 on the pic that is hopefully included.



Thanks for checking your spare parts…


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Old 11-06-2001, 07:51 PM
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Hey if it helps the part is not Aluminum. it is steel (at least on my car). Sorry don't have and extra. 74 2.0
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any luck on the part?
so where is that illustration from?
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Thanks for digging in your boxes...
I found the little sucker. It hid in my Vanagon while I spend a total of 4 hours searching the garage...
Yes, you are right it is some sort of cast or forged iron. It looks like he kind of metall rods are made of. Somehow I remembered it to be aluminum. May be because I considered making one in case I could not find the missing one.
The Pic I found here on the forum. I think Rouser used it before.


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Yep. Need another one?




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Oops, fudged that last transmission, Houston:





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