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'62 C10 Transmission High Hump Needed
#1335452 Wed Nov 27 2019 04:14 PM
Joined: Mar 2017
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DougR Offline OP
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Just replaced the column shift in my '62 to a floor shift. However, my transmission hump is too low. I need the high hump pan to accommodate a 3 speed floor shift. I've been searching on line but have yet to find what I think I need. I'm sure several of you guys have been through this. Any suggestions?

Thanks in advance and Happy Thanksgiving!

Doug Robertson

1962 C10 shortbed
Re: '62 C10 Transmission High Hump Needed
DougR #1337655 Sat Dec 14 2019 06:39 PM
Joined: Apr 2010
Posts: 475
I got lucky when I found mine in an old junk yard about 13 - 14 years ago. There is a section of the firewall that you will need as well. Once you look at that area in the firewall, it will be obvious where to cut the spot welds and pull the piece out.
The rear part of the High Hump is a direct bolt in, but the front needs the matching piece that is welded onto the firewall.

The previous owner had swapped out the 3 Speed for the SM420 4 Speed, but did not change the tranny tunnel. They just bent a piece of sheet tin over the area and screwed it down. Ugly solution! I had to fix that.

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