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Sharkmouth had asked for these pics 2 days ago. The batteries in my camera died, however after 2 pics, and so had to finish it today after I got new batteries. Figured instead of just PMing him, I'd post here in case anyone else needed them.

Hope I'm not too late, sharkmouth! I put the linkage onto my spare C4, but didn't have the washer that really should go between the cotter pin and manual shift lever (although it's not all that needed). If you need any more pics, different angles, etc., just ask ... got fresh batteries in the camera now.

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Washers help great deal on eachside. The shifter can easily bind or shift akwardly without.
 

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Actualy you only want one washer on each end of the linkage, under the cotter pin at each end. The other side of each end is designed to not need a washer, nor would you be able to fit one in and still get the cotter pins in.
 

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Not late at all.....I have a makeshift rod in place until I can install an original one.

And thank you again for your time!
 
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