Ron42Dodge

Need help identifying this part, 35 MOPAR?

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Trying to identify this part.  I believe it is a mopar but not totally sure, possibly a shift rail.  Painted number appears to be 631894.  Embosed numbers are 63186  ?    Also MS467 and DF28   L..  Thanks in advance

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The Closest I can get is this exploded view of a D2 D5 D8 Transmission showing the Transmission Gear Shift Rail Assembly, and pictures from my 36 - 42 Plymouth Parts List that are similar pieces.  The 1936 -37 1st & Reverse Rail is 654212 and the Second and Direct is 686617 for most Mopars, so the numbers are in a similar range and the pieces look similar.  I'm guessing 1935 Mopar but it would be nice to know.

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Sure does look similar.  It would make sense as the part number timeframe  and pictures seem to fit.  

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My Dodge truck parts book shows #631894 as "GEARSHIFT SHAFT OR RAIL (2ND AND 3RD)"  for a "KC,KCL (after 8048701-9203901-8911001)".  Therefore, 34-early 35 KC or KCL (long 119" wheelbase) commercial chassis, express, humpback panel.  Did not check my auto parts books. 

 

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My 1935 Plymouth Parts List (Issued April 1, 1936, "Supersedes Issue of May 15, 1935") lists #631894 as "Gearshift rail and fork assembly (direct and second)"  for a 1935 PJ Plymouth.

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