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post #1 of 28 Old 02-20-2009, 08:07 AM Thread Starter
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TF-999 to 360, Need Kick Down Linkage/Pics

I have a kick down linkage for the 258 auto but was told it wouldn't work. Does someone have any detailed picks of their kick down linkage and or where I could get one that doesn't cost 10million bucks

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Jim

Here is where it would connect if memory serves:



Here is a older pic of a rear shot to the 360:




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post #2 of 28 Old 02-20-2009, 11:21 AM
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I use a "Lokar" cable on mine (Chrysler 904 series). I like it alot better than the linkage.

http://www.lokar.com/product-descrip...ch-kd-kits.htm

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You can use the kickdown linkage from a Wagoneer with a V8 and a TF727.

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I cobbled mine together with some parts from a Waggy (360/727) and my 258/999 pieces. 258 parts from the trans to the bellcrank, V-8 parts from the bellcrank to the TBI.

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my 360/727 waggy combo had clearance issues with the firewall; i ended up with a lokar cable, and it still dont shift when i want it to.

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No matter what you put on, it's not worth a damn unless it's adjusted properly!

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Thanks, still looking but told the War Dept I might have to order the lokar kick down.

Thanks for the pics.


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my 360/727 waggy combo had clearance issues with the firewall; ......
?-What issues?

I will have a 1" BL on the Jeep. Would a BL relieve the clearance issues you think.


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FIRST OF ALL,
That's NOT a 'Kick Down' linkage. It's a THROTTLE VALVE linkage.

Secondly, Improperly adjusted or improper linkage will DESTROY your transmission.


CABLE will be MUCH more functional off road than the linkage.
If the vehicle will be mostly street driven and won't have mud, rocks, limbs, ect. driven into the undercarriage, then the linkage might work out OK.

Make sure you follow the Throttle Valve adjustment procedures TO THE LETTER or expect premature transmission failure!

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CJChet, need to talk to you about manual...
Check your Cox.net email...

Click here, and be aware, these are LARGE files!
http://www.civilianjeep.info/84-86FSM/A-General.pdf

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what exactly are the adjustment procedures that I am to follow?
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You'll find them here:

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ahhh, like the same link jeephammer posted directly above mine? Thanks for the quick reply even though it was redundant...sorry.
That link will be very useful for this project and any others to come.
I have had posts on Pirate 4X4 for months without so much as a look. This was an old thread. I am impressed.
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