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I was wondering how close it comes because I have a cast aluminum pan with a much thicker flange.

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I was wondering how close it comes because I have a cast aluminum pan with a much thicker flange.
Can't answer your question, may or may not be a problem.

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If it hits your case, you can drill the bolt and use washer, cotter key, makes it shorter and eliminates the nut.


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I was able to get some good pictures of the cam and rubber clip/plug that holds the cable arm on.

Pictures are from Roger, Old Sailor, SSR.

1. See that little pale colored circle, that is ALL that holds your shift cable on. Automatics only, of course. Roger said the rubber clip was a new one, his had failed.

2. Fix for this problem. Remove Nut, 15mm, take arm off, grind revet head off cam, punch out came with rubber clip. Replace with something like what we made up here in Florida. I have kits in stock.



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My SSR:
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Have some kits made. Changed mine today.

How about $8.00 plus $2.00 for mailing.

ALL Automatics probably should have one, kinda like the ignition switch.

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2. Removed clip, disintegrated, dried up.
3. Grind off revet head on cam.
4. Spray paint bare metal
5. Attach Kit to cable
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1. Old cam and neoprene clip
2. New Kit
3. OEM
4. Repair Kit installed

Works great.

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Could you replace this piece if you were out on the road and what tools would you need?
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Have some kits made. Changed mine today.

How about $5.00 plus $2.00 for mailing.

ALL Automatics probably should have one, kinda like the ignition switch.

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Pictures:
1. Cam and neoprene clip
2. Removed clip, disintegrated, dryer up.
3. Grind off revet head on cam.
4. Spray paint bare metal
5. Attach to arm and slide thru hole in cable.
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Have some kits made. Changed mine today.

How about $5.00 plus $2.00 for mailing.

ALL Automatics probably should have one, kinda like the ignition switch.

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Pictures:
1. Cam and neoprene clip
2. Removed clip, disintegrated, dryer up.
3. Grind off revet head on cam.
4. Spray paint bare metal
5. Attach to arm and slide thru hole in cable.
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Those who sent PM, they are going out in the Morning.

And NO, you can't change it on the road, unless you have a bench grinder with you.

Old Sailor had to have his cable changed, $76.00 plus labor.
Bad Black SSR was 8 miles from home, had to be towed in to Chevy Dealer.
Jeffanatic was in his driveway.

I am sure there are more.

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1. Grind revet head off on cam
2. Punch out the cam
3. Works good on vise and then you have to paint the bare metal
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And NO, you can't change it on the road, unless you have a bench grinder with you.
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Shift Cable Kit is $8.00 + $2.00 to mail = $10.00

Send check or cash to:

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FYI - You can bypass that PayPal fee. Click the “Personal Tab” then “Gift”. That way, Paypal does not deduct a fee. Something I learn from a well known AZ SSRFanactic member.
but they do charge the fee to the person paying.


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Ok which PO box is it, you gave me a different one in a PM

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And that's where i mailed the payment to this morning ???


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FYI - You can bypass that PayPal fee. Click the “Personal Tab” then “Gift”. That way, Paypal does not deduct a fee. Something I learn from a well known AZ SSRFanactic member.
Not true, Jeff, I understand they charge even on the Gift. I am not sure but someone out there knows.

PayPal would be easier for me than running to the mail box and Fanatics having to make check and run to the mail box.

If it is FREE on PayPal, I will gladly do that.

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Ok which PO box is it, you gave me a different one in a PM

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And that's where i mailed the payment to this morning ???
Sorry, PO Box 14655 is correct. Your kit is in the mail. I am sure the check will get here Okay, the Post Office ALWAYS delivers.

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Dick, is there any chance that GM has upgraded the neoprene clip after the last SSR was built? Do you recommend that all automatics have the neoprene clip replaced?
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Not true, Jeff, I understand they charge even on the Gift. I am not sure but someone out there knows.

PayPal would be easier for me than running to the mail box and Fanatics having to make check and run to the mail box.

If it is FREE on PayPal, I will gladly do that.

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On those T-shirts I was selling earlier in the year, I told those using PayPal to click the Gift key. From those who followed my direction, I got the full amount. I did have a couple of buyers who didn't follow directions & therefor, I didn't get the full amount. If the buyers paid a fee, then I'm unaware of it.

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Dick, is there any chance that GM has upgraded the neoprene clip after the last SSR was built? Do you recommend that all automatics have the neoprene clip replaced?
I don't know what GM did, they may have upgraded the neoprene clip, I have no way of knowing.

Your clip may last forever, I don't know that either, I do know several people here in Florida that have had a problem and it is costly if you are on the road.

I just made a conscious decision to change mine BEFORE I had a problem.

It's your call.

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My SSR:
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Here are some instruction that I send with Kit. First kits out did not have instructions, sorry.

Shift Repair Instructions

Put R in Neutral, set hand brake. If on lift, just put in Neutral.

Use 15mm wrench to remove nut on transmission bolt, may have to pry arm slightly to loosen, arm hole is slotted for transmission bolt, can't put back on wrong. Remove neoprene clip from shift cable, will probably fall apart.


1.Remove arm.
2. Grind OFF rivet head on shaft/pin.
3. Punch out pin.
4. Paint area that was ground to bare metal for protection from rust.
5. Install kit.

Slide bolt w/internal tooth washer thru arm, orange dot, on arm, is to the outside of Transmission so button bolt head MUST be on orange dot side.

Screw on "Tee Nut" and tighten button bolt head to arm and Tee Nut. Alen wrench.

Replace Arm on Transmission, bolt is flat on two sides, not round, so arm will ONLY slide on the right way.

Slide Tee Nut with Poly covering into hole on Plastic Cable Assembly. Tight fit, I use a small amount of lube to insure it will move easily.

Push all way thru, put on flat washer and lock nut, and tighten assembly.

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Hi Dick...
Listen, I won't be able to make the Tech day next month...but could you mail me the shift repair kit...mail me 2 please...I'll send you a check ASAP...
My new address is:
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Okay, Jeff is right! Thanks Jeff.

"On those T-shirts I was selling earlier in the year, I told those using Pay Pal to click the Gift key. From those who followed my direction, I got the full amount. I did have a couple of buyers who didn't follow directions & therefor, I didn't get the full amount."

And Roger, Sharptoys was absolutely RIGHT!

If you check gift ....You pay the fee and not the seller...

So, SSR Fanatics, if you want any of my Shift Cable Kits, $7.00 includes mailing, just PM me with your address and I will give you my Pay Pal account to send your GIFT!

Guess this would work for any thing I have for our East Coast Fanatics. Radiator Support, Frame Brace, LC32 Cross Member, Muth Mirrors, Third Blinking Brake light, Mole Skin, S/S 5" Tips, Jim Bob S/S Air Dams and more.

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Dick let me know if you have any kits and put my name on one. are you using any lock tight on the bolts so they dont come loose just wondering. Thanks Louie.
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Dick let me know if you have any kits and put my name on one. are you using any lock tight on the bolts so they dont come loose just wondering. Thanks Louie.
No, lock tight, I am using LOCK nut, there is no tension or pressure on the assembly.

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Dick...did u see my posting...don't forget me please...

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On the way in the morning John.

By the way, got PM another shift cable failure in Texas, sending it out in the morning. He was able to get home.

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