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Old 02-10-2013, 12:35 AM   #1
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Lost nut, shifter linkage arm

I lost the nut to the shifter linkage arm, the part that goes into the bottom of the actual shifter. I lost the nut that holds it down.

Anyone know the thread detail of that nut? Or a diagram to get part number?

It's not the two nuts that bolt up the back side, or the bolt that goes in the front. It's the single nut. 13mm is the size. I remember that much.
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Go to the dealer parts dept and they can look up from a diagram.
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Go to the dealer parts dept and they can look up from a diagram.
Obviously, it's Sunday, nothing is open but hardware stores.. And it's just a nut, 45 cents at the hardware store, or 15 dollars at the dealership? Hmmm... Plus I am an hour away from the closest ford dealer..
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Obviously, it's Sunday, nothing is open but hardware stores.. And it's just a nut, 45 cents at the hardware store, or 15 dollars at the dealership? Hmmm... Plus I am an hour away from the closest ford dealer..
Just take the bolt with you so get the right thread, good luck
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Just take the bolt with you so get the right thread, good luck
Thanks, but it's not the bolt that can be just taken off. It's the part of linkage that is on the trans that the bottom of the shifter goes into. (Or at least I have never taken it off, in the 10 or so shifter swaps I have done, maybe it can be done?)

I know it's a 13mm, and I am assuming its going to an M10... But from there I can't find what I need..
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Thanks, but it's not the bolt that can be just taken off. It's the part of linkage that is on the trans that the bottom of the shifter goes into. (Or at least I have never taken it off, in the 10 or so shifter swaps I have done, maybe it can be done?)

I know it's a 13mm, and I am assuming its going to an M10... But from there I can't find what I need..
Oh ok, good luck
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Obviously, it's Sunday, nothing is open but hardware stores.. And it's just a nut, 45 cents at the hardware store, or 15 dollars at the dealership? Hmmm... Plus I am an hour away from the closest ford dealer..
Obviously if you knew what you needed you could go to a hardware store. Some stuff you need the dealer diagram to figure it out.

Since there only 45 cents, buy the one you think it is and one bigger and one smaller. Matching strength grade also.
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Obviously if you knew what you needed you could go to a hardware store. Some stuff you need the dealer diagram to figure it out.

Since there only 45 cents, buy the one you think it is and one bigger and one smaller. Matching strength grade also.
Yeah, that's the issue though, I am guessing at most of it, lol. I am assuming its a fine thread. But I have no idea about a pitch. I was hoping the diagram would give me a part number to look that stuff up
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Is this a stock shifter? What year?
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Is this a stock shifter? What year?
It's an 05, and I switched from the hurst back to stock. But this particular nut doesn't change for whatever shifter you use.
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It's an 05, and I switched from the hurst back to stock. But this particular nut doesn't change for whatever shifter you use.
It's the single front one that goes in horizontally?
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It's the single front one that goes in horizontally?
Not the bolt that goes in the front, but the nut that goes on the shifter linkage arm underneath the actual shifter. The arm does It does go in horizontally though, and has a threaded end, that this nut (the one I lost) goes on to.
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Not the bolt that goes in the front, but the nut that goes on the shifter linkage arm underneath the actual shifter. The arm does It does go in horizontally though, and has a threaded end, that this nut (the one I lost) goes on to.
Have you looked through the Hurst customer install on American Muscle. It has detailed instructions and calls out the hardware sizes. Maybe it's referenced in there.
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Is this the nut that you lost?
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Is this the nut that you lost?
Yep! I ended up have a nut that worked. Well I think it did. Haha. Hopefully it didn't strip or won't strip out. I put enough lock tight on there so hopefully it won't matter
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Looks like it should be a M8 with a 1.25mm pitch, 1.0 mm pitch is the fine thread. Glad you got it fixed, hope it stays, locktite should do the job.
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