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Well after having some fun today, my clutch pedal decides to slam to the floor. So after looking it over the return spring has snapped and the piece that goes from the threaded rod to the shift fork has decided to disappear. Where can I find this piece? Already got the return spring from autozone. I am guessing the junkyard or make my own.
 

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yo,

Yard Hunt is best $ option.
For a YARD SEARCH on-line, I use;
http://www.mypartshop.com/
Select All Parts
year, etc, then FORD TRUCK
Trans Shift Assy
An example of the search;
82 BRONCO Trans Shift Assy
BLU A 4X4 112 B10272
72940 0.0 Call 176 Call M and R Auto, Inc.
520-378-2343
800-362-0810

or
http://www.copartfinder.com
HAS Vehicle PICS!!!

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or
http://www.picknpull.com

Also for obsolete parts;
Our Sponsor here has been adding some to inventory; Jeff's Bronco Graveyard
and: by Ford pn:
http://www.partsvoice.com/
http://www.rearcounter.com
http://www.greensalescompany.com



or try http://www.novak-adapt.com/catalog/np435_parts.htm
Essentially all parts for the NP435, including gears, shafts, etc. are available new and affordably so. Contact us.

435 Shifter Parts Break-Out Diagram


Also see;
Firewall Reinforcement Kit & Actuating Rod Installation
Source: by riotwarrior at FSB
 

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Also you may want to take a close look at the equalizer bar, even if the spring broke that part should not have gone missing.
 

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It can fall out. The spring kinda keeps everything together.

If no junk yards got them, Jeffs broncograve yard should have it. Possibly your parts store would have it as well.
 

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Hmmm, mine has a nut on both sides of the fitting on the equalizer so it can't fall off even if the spring broke.
 

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Thank you for the help. It either fell off or unthreaded not sure which as the threads were clean. Never looked under there or at that specific part til it happened. Weird as hell though, thank god for clutchless shifting!
 

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I needed the nipple that went over the threads. Found one in the junkyard for a dollar. Looked at Jbg but his is just a threaded rod with a point so it wouldnt work.

Thanks for the help guys.
 

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Try Dennis carpenter or melvins classic ford parts. Ford used two or three different ones over the years, some times cars and trucks had the same kind.
 

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Cool. I found one gonna put a tac weld on it to the nut so it wont happen again.
 
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