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Username Post: How do you pull a floor shifter out of a 1966 C-10?        (Topic#355158)
Verona 
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02-08-19 05:30 PM - Post#2759424    

I'm removing the cab off of my 1966 C-10. The only disassembly left is to pull the 4-speed floor shifter.

I've read that you push the retainer ring down and turn it?

If these instructions are correct, what is the retainer ring, and which direction do you turn it?



 
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02-08-19 07:29 PM - Post#2759440    
    In response to Verona

https://www.justanswer.com/chevy/13gta-remove-sh if... Looks like you push down and turn it.

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07-05-19 08:53 AM - Post#2769978    
    In response to Verona

The ring has two little tabs that catch on two matching pins in the housing that go in from the outside.
The ring turns counter clockwise to remove. You have to push it down hard against the spring.

Griff

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