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    carrman Well-Known Member

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    My kickdown rod fell off today because the clip came undone as you see in the pics. Can anyone tell me where I'd get a new one?
     
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    Trace 300 Hurst Well-Known Member

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    carrman Well-Known Member

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    No dice. I don't even know what that piece is called. I'm worried about burning up my new trans.
     
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    carrman Well-Known Member

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    Is that clip part of the adjuster or separate?
     
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    MrMoparCHP Senior Member

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    They will slip off if worn or not position properly.
    Mopar probably doesn't have a separate number for it.


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    Big_John Illegitimi non carborundum FCBO Gold Member

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    Can you take the clip off and squeeze it tighter with some pliers and reinstall?
     
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    68PK21 440.6bbl Senior Member

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    Bailing wire will come in handy till you find a replacement. Shouldn't be too hard too find as I've come across this type of linkage in many forms of equipment that I've worked on back in the day. (but it is the new millennium) Add 'Bellcrank linkage' to your search.

    You do have bailing wire in your shop don'cha?
     
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    Ross Wooldridge Senior Member FCBO Gold Member

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    They will squeeze tighter if removed and tweaked.
     
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    Yes
     
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    Yeah but the clip isn't going to last, then I just screwed up and cracked the adjust piece it goes on.
     
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    You might try AZMOPAR. Not sure he’s a member here but here’s his email

    AZMOPAR@aol.com
     
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    Murry Park is another good source for parts.