Speedometer Cable to 4speed Trans. routing

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  1. TOMRR

    TOMRR Well-Known Member

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    does the cable go under bottom 1965_Mopar_4speed_Linkage_A833.jpg shift rod or over it.i have mine going under and it is just above exhaust but does rub on bottom shift rod.
     
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    Hey Tomrr have you looked in the Part's manual here. I have looked into it a few time's it help's some times. Hope someone has the answer.
     
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    Mine is under the reverse shift rod.
     
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    Mine is the same was just wondering, Did not seem right !! Thanks for the reply !!!
     
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    yes, feels like the spot it really wants to go is right through middle of shift lever
     
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    Seeing's how the cable is stiff and the way it hook's to the trans. You are pretty limited to what you can do with it. Hope it work's out Tom. I still have to do all this and more. So hope you will give me a pointer or two when I start doing all the drive train. Russ. :steering:
     
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    I thought the same thing, but when I tried to reroute it, what Russ said rings true. It's just too stiff to go over it and then bend back down to plug in at a 90° angle. If you try to reroute it, you'll see what I mean. It'll only fit one way and that is under the reverse rod.
     
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