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#1425377 Tue Sep 28 2021 04:02 PM
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Previously, some folks had said they wanted these. So, they're all boxed up and ready to ship. But now they don't want them, so they're available if YOU want them. Given away for free. As is condition. You pay the shipping. When I have your money in hand, I ship the parts. If you want either of these, PM me your address, including ZIP, and I'll tell you what they will cost to ship to you.

  • GONE Hood emblem
  • Original jack - no handle


My shed is just about empty. Looks like the rest will go to the recyclers.

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The jack is still available if anyone wants it. The clutches, pressure plates, crossmember, brake drums, jsome odds and ends, and the bellhousing went to the recycler today.

Yesterday I found the original three-on-the-tree shift assembly in my garage. I don't know if anyone wants it, but I'm putting it out there. It's original, likely worn, but it still works. I do recall that I used to have problems with the tranny popping out of second gear, but I don't know if that was the tranny or the shifter or a combination of the two. If someone needs it, let me know. No idea how I would ship it.

This is now GONE.

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Paul I might want the jack. Please let me think about it today and I'll try to let you know asap. I injured my knee and am not moving as I should be.
Jon


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Sir, PM being sent regarding three (3) on the tree shifter. Thanks Paul. V/r, Nick


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Red dot, center of chest ...
Originally Posted by Jon G
Paul I might want the jack. Please let me think about it today and I'll try to let you know asap. I injured my knee and am not moving as I should be.
Jon
Keep in mind, this jack has no handle, and it's not really safe for use anyway. It's more of a show item for people who like their trucks to be completely original.


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I found a couple more items as I was finishing up cleaning out the shed. They're available for the cost of shipping to anyone who can use them.
  • oil dipstick with housing
  • GONE whosamawhachit - I have no idea what this is for but it looks like the kind of thing people sometimes hunt for. I'm going to keep it until someone claims it. The end with the 90 in it has a hole drilled through it. The other end is threaded and has that nut with a 90 degree piece projecting off it. That also has a hole drilled through it. Both holes appear to be for cotter pins. I took closeups, but if you need more pictures, just ask.

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The whosamawachit looks like a shift linkage rod to me. Not sure what it might be off of but looks similar to the rods for my 3 on the tree linkage.


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Red dot, center of chest ...
Originally Posted by klhansen
The whosamawachit looks like a shift linkage rod to me. Not sure what it might be off of but looks similar to the rods for my 3 on the tree linkage.
Thanks for that. It's now inside the box with the shifter assembly headed to a bolter.


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