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I bought a semi restored 1953 Cranbrook, the linkage was in the trunk and I cant get them to line up. The rod that goes to the back selector (towards the driveshaft ) is there but my problem is the front one. It goes to an elbow that then goes up to the column. Could someone post a picture of theirs or describe how the rods run and connect to the transmission ? Thanks for any help or guidance !! :confused:
The Oklahoma storms are heading this way so Kit ( wife ) and I decided to go get some food and bring it home. Of course, we had to take The 'Riv. She's been leaking transmission fluid some since I got her and I hadn't filled her back up, yet. So, when we got home and I lost my transmission, I was scared I toasted it. I had pulled into the garage, which has about 12" of wiggle room front to back, put her in park, turned her off, and took my foot off the brake and she started rolling backwards. Not good. I started her up and even though the stick was at "P", she started moving backwards - s
All - I just completed bolting the majority of the parts for a dual carb setup on my Super 56. Unfortunately it was the single carb manifold prior so I don't know how the accelerator linkage springs are setup. As critical as throttle linkage is, I want to get it right so it will last a while. Any pictures or descriptions would be VERY helpful to ensure I don't shear or break these little springs by mistake. Also if someone needs the single carb setup, let me know! :-) Tim