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Old 11-12-2012, 09:24 AM
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Most of the older stuff that I had used a bell-crank and rod system like this (above).

I believe that some of the newer models may have had cable-operated shift linkage as well. This pic (above) is from a 1993 F150 2WD with a 5.0L and an E4OD trans. I'm resonably sure that the same year with a 460 would use similar linkage with possibly different brackets. Try the wreckers?

NAPA ATP 1-7243

The early C6's also used a single-line mudulator like this one, which is adjustable. This one had a green stripe on it, which was the most popular one.

There was usually a 90 rubber elbow that attached the modulator to a steel line, which was clipped to one of the bellhousing bolts to keep it stationary and secured. another peice of rubber vacuum hose from the steel tube to intake manifold direct vacuum.

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