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1980 Peterbilt 359 Internation Transport

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Aaron (10/23/2017)
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.

Did you get a chance to see what its made like?




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Thats one of two missions for today.


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I've got two of those extensions and neither one has the bushing in them, there isn't much room around the ball end of the shift lever to the side of the rod hole, an 1/8 to 3/16 is what it looks like.


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Should not be horribly hard to machine a bushing for it, Shifter has most likely a ball end
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They were plastic and snapped into the eye, but I would think that a shotgun shell bushing could be made to work.


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The side mount remote shiftier that you guys helped identify for me has no bushing either. The socket is a straight bore to allow the ball to move up and down in it as it moves front to back. There is a line contact between the ball and the bore.











This side mount COE Eaton Fuller Slave Control Assembly is a Src 10.  P/N: A-7551



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worst case I'll do exactly what I did to the last one... get it apart and weld up the ball on the end bigger and grind back to a sphere. Not much for updates I've been busy rebuilding the transmission in my bulldozer and reinstalling it. It's starting to get cold here so i dumped the water out of the truck and got some coolant in it and ran it to temperature to circulate. Sure starts and runs excellent!!!! I got the new radio, cb and speakers in the mail last week, only had time to throw the speakers in quick. Hope to tackle the radio and cb soon.

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So the following day after I put coolant in the truck and ran it to temp I went outside to show my buddy the truck who hasn't seen it yet and opened the hood and checked the coolant. Radiator empty..... uh oh. Pulled dipstick.... way over full. You know where this is going.... pulled drain plug got 5 gallons of coolant before i got any oil out. LOL Pulled the pan off today.



No traces in airbox or under valve covers. I believe I'm a victim of an old style water pump with no weephole.

Water pump on order.

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We had some IHC trucks with Caterpillar engines do just that, new waterpump and down the road they went for another 10 years
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I'm not understanding the situation. What does a weephole have to do with coolant in the basement?


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