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3 speed column shifter linkage part #s ?

I haven't had much screen time lately and I can't seem to find anything
on the search for my '66 3 on the tree shifter linkage that needs to be
replaced because after doing the bushings it needed a little tweaking and probably has not been adjusted since it was new. Currently in two pieces.
That's the long story, short is that I now want to replace both linkages with
the newest bestest ones I can find.
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by linkages, are you referring from the shift rods from the column to the trans or ???
How are your front cab mounts ?? If those are weak or wasted the cab will list forward and throw the geometry of the shift linkage out of kilter badly.
Also if the column itself has bad/worn bearings causing slop would cause problems as well.


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Linkage

Rebuilt the column, has newer cab mounts.
The linkage rod didn't like getting twisted.
Where it adjusts, near the transmission, well, where it used to adjust.
I have a fair amount of round stock, might make a custom rod tomorrow.
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I haven't had much screen time lately and I can't seem to find anything on the search for my '66 3 on the tree shifter linkage that needs to be replaced, because after doing the bushings it needed a little tweaking and probably has not been adjusted since it was new. Currently in two pieces.

That's the long story, short is that I now want to replace both linkages with the newest bestest ones I can find.
For shift rods, you are limited to 1965/66 F100/250 2WD only w/a 3 speed Ford type 3.03 3 speed manual all syncro trans.

Different: 1965/66 F100/250 4WD / 1965/66 F100 with 3 speed O/D / 1965/66 F250 w/the optional HD T-87 3 speed / 1965/66 F350 / 1967 and later with any 3 speed.
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It's a 2 wheel drive synchromesh

Thanks ND, are they easy to come by? I haven't compared the two, are they they both the same size?
Have the day off tomorrow, might take a shot at customizing one.
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Thanks ND, are they easy to come by? I haven't compared the two, are they they both the same size?
Have the day off tomorrow, might take a shot at customizing one.
1965/66 F100/250 2WD w/Ford type 3.03 3 Speed Manual all Syncromesh Transmission

C5TZ-7326-B .. Second/Third Shift Rod / Obsolete

16.58" long / 3/8" diameter / 5/16" -24 thread at one end.
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C5TZ-7328-C .. First/Reverse Shift Rod / Obsolete

19" long / 3/8" diameter / 4.53" rise / 5/16" -24 thread at one end.

No Ford Dealer or obsolete parts vendor has either one.
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'65 F100 3 on tree (no O/D0 shift rods

Is is possible to use later model rods? My truck has some aftermarket floor shifter that has a 2 foot throw from first to second, and third hit the seat! I would like to go back to original, on the column shift.
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But thanks. Do people make their own rods now?
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Yes, You can make a new rod or fix the rods you have with a new welded end.

Pattern them off the rod you have.


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1978 ford f-100 3 speed on the column

I need part # D7TZ-7326-A the high gear rod for 2nd and 3rd. I was able to find D7TZ-7328-A so I won't have any problems shifting 1st and reverse. If you can help please do. the motor is 300cid 4.9L
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I need part # D7TZ-7326-A the high gear rod for 2nd and 3rd. I was able to find D7TZ-7328-A so I won't have any problems shifting 1st and reverse. If you can help please do. the motor is 300cid 4.9L
D7TZ-7326-A .. 2nd/3rd Shift Rod / 17 3/16" long / 7/16" diameter rod / Obsolete

1977/79 F100/250 300/302/351M/400 / No Ford Dealer or obsolete parts vendor has any.

What's wrong with the rods? The manual control selector levers on the column have a nylon bushing in each. The bushings crack apart/disintigrate, the shift lever binds up.

btw: This is the 1961/66 forum, you should have typed a new thread asking this question in the 1973/79 forum.
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C5TZ-7328-C

If you are still looking for the C5TZ-7328-C, I have a new old stock one listed on eBay. The item # is 181118596908.

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