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1980 Peterbilt 359 Internation Transport

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Oh! something like this off a RT 910.







I am guessing this one is Fuller.


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Tony, I suspect that is an International part but I seem to be wrong a lot.



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Similar but different,what you have there is to bring the tower out to the side of the box on a cabover for the linkage to match up, or thats what it looks like to me.
I'll get a pic of what I have.


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Tony-----The boxes you pictured are for a COE remote tower.    Looks like that Pete part is OEM only .
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Lots of progress in a pretty short time. 


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Dog Leg to move the shifter back because of short engines.
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/c9b94f40-d172-4c3f-aa16-5ce1.jpg






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Thanks Aaron. I've never seen one like that.
If the lower bushing is a spherical bearing the guts from one like this from McMaster may fit.

These oil impregnated brass bearings come in many different sizes.



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Dog Leg to move the shifter back because of short engines.
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/c9b94f40-d172-4c3f-aa16-5ce1.jpg






That is exactly the part Aaron!!! On the bottom where the stick extends down into that L off the shaft there is a bushing in there .... well there WAS a bushing in there 30 years ago. Anyway now she's sloppier than all hell and I need that bushing. Anybody ever change one? I had the same issue on my 74 and nobody could get me a part for it either.



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I would guess the bushing is something like this where the stick moves slightly up and down through the bore.

Search for spherical plain bearings.



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I replaced bushings in those years ago but that was 30 years.
If you can get to the older Pete books and get the part number a search thru Peteerbilt might turn up something, I'll look again and see if mine has it in it to see what its made like.


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