Re: column shift lever spring
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Re: column shift lever spring



Sounds like you have the spring issue fixed. Too bad about the column, but ~50 years of people messing around 
these Mopars you never know what *fun* you will find! :)

Gary H. 

>  -------Original Message-------
 
>  hard to tell. Looks different. There is two springs in the column
>  shift handle. One is called the anti rattle spring and i believe the
>  roll pin that holds the shift handle goes through it. The one I lost
>  is one thats inside the column. It sits in a little cup and pushes
>  against the end of the shift handle to keep the handle tight and
>  pushed forward.  I think I managed a work around. I went to several
>  industrial places and bought a bunch of different springs and found
>  one that fit and keeps tension on  the handle. The new problem now is
>  i pulled the column all apart. In addition to cooked bearings the
>  collapsible steering shaft has been collapsed. The little plastic pins
>  were all broken. I think somebody beat on the steering shaft once
>  trying to remove steering wheel.
>  Neal
>  
>  Virus-free. www.avg.com
>  
>  On Tue, Jun 6, 2017 at 8:31 AM, < >
>  wrote:
>  
>  > Q: You mean the spring in the top left graphic on page 19-43 on
>  > http://www.70duster440.com/column.PDF
>  >
>  > Gary H.
>  >
>  >> -------Original Message-------
>  >
>  >>
>  >> off topic 68 cuda question. Some idiot decided to take his
>  > column
>  >> apart and apparently lost a spring that keeps selector arm
>  > pushed
>  >> forward. Does anybody sell these or do i just need to start
>  > scrounging
>  >> for some other spring with the right dimensions. seems like it
>  > would
>  >> be about the size of a pen cap.
>  >> neal
>  >> 

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