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Old 01-20-2013, 01:33 PM
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1958 Cast iron powerglide linkage adjustment?

i have a 2 speed P/G tranny ,, with 235 motor ,, the only adjustment for shifts are at the tranny ,i just dont know how to do it ,, i need to make it shift just a tad sooner ,i can make it shift by feathering the gas pedal ,, any ideas ??

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early p/g

adjust the linkage from the carb to the trans throttle pressure give it a little less
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The only way i can adjust it it at the tranny, on the 235 there is no adjustment on the rods, , i would have to remove the rod at the tranny and do ilt there,, i can do though,, i just dont know weather to go clockwize or counter clock wize, ,i am thinking clockwize, because when i am giving it the gas, i can ease up on the gas and make it change,,,, giving it the gas is counter clockwize, ??

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