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Shifter identification #3064728
08/02/22 07:16 PM
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Anyone happen to recognize this shifter and what it may of came out of?

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Re: Shifter identification [Re: DusterKid] #3064739
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thinking truck overdrive due to grease zerk and knob.

Re: Shifter identification [Re: trw1982] #3064758
08/02/22 08:59 PM
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Originally Posted by trw1982
thinking truck overdrive due to grease zerk and knob.
iagree Van or truck shruggy
i bought several of those NP 833 O.D. from a local scrap yard years ago that had those shifters on them shruggy


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Re: Shifter identification [Re: Cab_Burge] #3064844
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Originally Posted by Cab_Burge
Originally Posted by trw1982
thinking truck overdrive due to grease zerk and knob.
iagree Van or truck shruggy
i bought several of those NP 833 O.D. from a local scrap yard years ago that had those shifters on them shruggy


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Re: Shifter identification [Re: JohnRR] #3065006
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6353 is in the one linkage arm if that helps any.

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Re: Shifter identification [Re: DusterKid] #3065043
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That a common 68-71 A, B or od in a truck. With the grease zero, it’s from a truck but will still fit everything except e body or 70 b body.

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Re: Shifter identification [Re: fastmark] #3066185
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Originally Posted by fastmark
That a common 68-71 A, B or od in a truck. With the grease zero, it’s from a truck but will still fit everything except e body or 70 b body.


^^^^ This , the application of that actual shifter is OD pickup.


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Re: Shifter identification [Re: JohnRR] #3066242
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Hit me up if your planning on selling it. I may be interested.

Re: Shifter identification [Re: MoparMike1974] #3067036
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what year[s] were the inland shifters used in trucks and vans ?
beer

Re: Shifter identification [Re: moparx] #3067363
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Originally Posted by moparx
what year[s] were the inland shifters used in trucks and vans ?
beer


80's


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Re: Shifter identification [Re: JohnRR] #3067663
08/13/22 03:21 PM
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Originally Posted by JohnRR
Originally Posted by moparx
what year[s] were the inland shifters used in trucks and vans ?
beer


80's



thank you sir. up bow
do they have any value ?
i have one i uncovered in my "stuff" pile, and i'm trying to decide if i want to trash it or list it.
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