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Old 02-08-2010, 12:26   #1 (permalink)
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wierd rod...

i was working on my truck today and i took the air cleaner off..and there sat a random rod that goes to the transmission. i have no idea what it does all i know is it aint hooked up and it moves something on the trans..ill get pics in a little bit
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Old 02-08-2010, 13:21   #2 (permalink)
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Passing gear (kickdown) linkage.
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how does it hook up????
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If its the correct carburetor for the truck, there will be a place on the linkage for the rod to connect to. Slide it on and find a clip to hold it in place.

When this snow clears out, I will go out and take a pic of the linkage on my 84 and post it for you.
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well idk if a really high flow holly 4 barrel is stock lol my friend said its the biggest street carb they make
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Here's how it's connected on a 1980 F150 302. It should be similar.[IMG][/IMG]
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ya....thats nothing at all like mine..not even the spring thing is the same...i think i have an after market carb on my 351
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It's probably not stock, that's why there is no hookup. Holley does make a linkage kit with several different studs that you could probably make work, or just drop it down into second gear if you need a little extra get up and go. Just don't over rev the engine.
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what the rev limit on the truck?? i have a 8k JDM tach im gonna put in it nd im gonna mark in read where the red line is
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On a stock V8, I'm guessing somewhere around 4500.
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