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Old 12th-September-2019, 01:28 PM   #1
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Question about Powerglide kickdown bellcrank

I found a PG bellcrank in my old stuff and it has a logo stamped on it. I was wondering if anyone knows what it is?

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Old 12th-September-2019, 02:07 PM   #2
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Hi Mike ,

I do-not know that 'logo'

but, can you give us a 'Full Picture' of that part

I don't think my old p/g had anything like that ( 69 - Nova - stock p/g....
it's still in th' shop).. (I'll look).

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It's the k/d bellcrank used in the late 50's and early 60's.

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Is it possible it's the initals of the maker of shaft. He did it becuase he could.
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Hi Mike, It stands for Inland Tool & MFG. They did a lot of manual shifters/linkage also for GM and others. I hope this helps.
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Hi Mike, It stands for Inland Tool & MFG. They did a lot of manual shifters/linkage also for GM and others. I hope this helps.
Thanks! It sure does help. Now I can go to sleep...
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What is it? and what does it do?
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What is it? and what does it do?
It's part of the 'Glide kickdown linkage. Bolts to the back of the block on the driver's side and translates the motion between the upper rod from the carburetor to the lower rod to the transmission.

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