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Unread 10-21-2013, 07:39 PM   #1
VooDoo2
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Auto Shifter linkages ... where?

I have a 258, TF999, D300 and the shifter linkages are bent, all the bushes long gone and the PO held them in with fencing wire. Ive looked everywhere for new bushes, linkages etc or even a whole new shifter to suit the TF999? Its almost the last job before i put the seats back in and get it registered. Im in AU but happy to order from the USA.

Old Setup



The linkage



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Unread 10-22-2013, 08:34 AM   #2
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EW. I was going to suggest an ididt cable, which supposedly will replace the stock linkage on a TF999, but that's for a column shifter.

I would register over on CJ-8.com and ask the same question. All US CJ's had column shifters except the postal CJ-8's (like an Overlander).

That said, there are a couple of guys over there who have overlanders and several who have Postal Scramblers, so they might be able to help.
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