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Park,shift cable, and push buttons
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Apollo 61
Posted 2020-05-28 7:06 PM (#598914)
Subject: Park,shift cable, and push buttons



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I was thinking of putting a 413 M/T out of a 64 imperial into a 61 Plymouth or maybe a 383 out of a 63 300 into a 61 ply.
My question is will I be able to use the push button cables from 63 or 64 motors with the 61 ply dash push buttons?
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57chizler
Posted 2020-05-29 2:41 PM (#598959 - in reply to #598914)
Subject: RE: Park,shift cable, and push buttons



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The 727 PB shift cable will hook right up to the '61 shifter assuming the '61 has a Torqueflite but you will have to make provisions for the Park cable.
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Apollo 61
Posted 2020-05-30 3:14 PM (#599000 - in reply to #598914)
Subject: Re: Park,shift cable, and push buttons



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Thanks for response, I see what you mean about park lever. What have you guys done with park lever from 62 up trans used in a 61? Do you just abandoned it in dash? Use just the park brake? Or is there a clever way to actually use it?
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Apollo 61
Posted 2020-05-30 3:54 PM (#599002 - in reply to #598914)
Subject: RE: Park,shift cable, and push buttons



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Or would you be OK just to use the 61 shift cable on a 62 trans?

Edited by Apollo 61 2020-05-30 3:55 PM
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57chizler
Posted 2020-05-30 4:18 PM (#599003 - in reply to #599000)
Subject: Re: Park,shift cable, and push buttons



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On my '57 NY I made a box for the Park mechanism and mounted it under the dash. As long as the shift cable has the adjustment wheel, I believe it will work.



(Park plate.jpg)



(Park Low.jpg)



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Attachments Park plate.jpg (60KB - 19 downloads)
Attachments Park Low.jpg (68KB - 18 downloads)
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Apollo 61
Posted 2020-05-31 1:58 AM (#599023 - in reply to #599003)
Subject: Re: Park,shift cable, and push buttons



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Looks good,thanks
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