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Old 06-03-2010, 03:51 PM
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i have the same problem someone broke into my truck and tried to steal it and broke the shifter, and cant find the part anywhere
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Sorry to hear that

Mine was broken off due to wear I hear that happens so often
I guess I our only option is to go three by the knee
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Related issue - Shift tube

NumberDummy or anyone else - after fixing this problem with the column collar, now I have a related problem: the shift tube has broken, and locally no one has one so I'm going to have to go on a hunt for this part too. Do you know the part number for this item or a possible source for it?

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NumberDummy or anyone else - after fixing this problem with the column collar, now I have a related problem: the shift tube has broken, and locally no one has one so I'm going to have to go on a hunt for this part too.

Do you know the part number for this item or a possible source for it?
EOTZ7212D .. Shift Tube-Use w/3 Speed Manual Transmission / Obsolete / Fits: 1980/87 F100/350.

TISON MOTOR CO, in Estill SC has ONE = 803-625-2551.

High Buck! BOB ALLEN FORD in Overland Park KS has ONE = 800-676-0675.

No other Ford Dealer, no obsolete parts vendor has any.
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NumberDummy, you provide an incredible service here. Thanks so much for your help!
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Thank you for adding me to the loop.Once I find thre collar I am sure i will need the tube
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Old 08-02-2010, 11:25 AM
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alright im new here and i joined because i saw this post. i have an 85 f150 with a broken shift collar. does numberdummy have anymore places he could refer me to in order to get the collar and the bushing? im stuck in third gear and cant drive anywhere because of it. ive checked lmc, national parts depot, ford, summit, and every junkyard within a 50 mile radius and no luck. please help
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Post Please Help!! I need the same part!

Hello there,

I have just encountered the same problem as you. I have searched for weeks and have found nothing! Is there any way you could get in contact with the dealer in Iowa that sold you the part and see if he has another on the shelf? I would really appreciate your help. Or even if you can give me the name and number so I can contact him, that would be great!
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Old 07-10-2011, 11:17 PM
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Well I ended up getting a used steering column out of a junkyard in Florida. I then took it to a shop where I had them rebuild the whole steering column. Yes they did have to custom make some of the parts in the steering column, but it works great. I have no problems. As far as parts go, I think your only resource is going to be junkyards. Buying it and having it rebuilt can get a little on the expensive side, for me $200 part, $400 for the rebuild. But it's worth it. Hope this helped.
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There was one person from the past who was able to have his shifting collar welded back together, so this may be an option.

The collar is made out of pretty thin metal so it would take a good welder to fix one. That and if it's not severely broke.

Welding it back together may be an option..
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no one has a collar ("gearshift socket"), and i haven't even tried for a tube. multiple obsolete parts vendors nationwide, as well as dennis carpenter and lmc, admit that there is still a great deal of demand for these items. i have a beautifully restored 86 that it looks like i'm going to have to butcher just so it can be driven (and yes, we really need it for my son to drive). i just can't believe that if it were a 79 or earlier, this would be no problem at all. but it's true.
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1980 F100 3 spd manual (three on the tree)

I have a 1980 F100 4.9 I6 with a three on the tree. I wanted to know what transmission I have exactly. I've been looking everywhere and can't seem to find anything. I keep finding the T18/19 and C6 transmissions. Any help?
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It's a Ford model 303 3-speed side shift transmission, which is a pretty rare animal these days. As for the guys having problems finding shift collars, if you're good at machining, an earlier collar can be made to work.
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It's a Ford model 303 3-speed side shift transmission, which is a pretty rare animal these days. As for the guys having problems finding shift collars, if you're good at machining, an earlier collar can be made to work.
Thank you very much for the quick reply. Is there any issues I should be aware with these transmissions? I believe it's the original one that came with the truck and I have no idea how the previous owner treated it. I've just gotten to 150k and tryin to replace or repair everything on this truck.
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