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Old 01-05-2017, 11:15 PM   #1
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Trans kick down questions

New to me about a week now
1970 c10 350 auto block casting 3970010

The trans kick down is disconnected and there isn't any apparent bracket.
Tonight I changed to an edelbrock manifold and 600 performer carb
Any advise on how this was originally hooked up with photos greatly appreciated.
Thanks. Mark
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Old 01-06-2017, 10:59 AM   #2
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Re: Trans kick down questions

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New to me about a week now
1970 c10 350 auto block casting 3970010

The trans kick down is disconnected and there isn't any apparent bracket.
Tonight I changed to an edelbrock manifold and 600 performer carb
Any advise on how this was originally hooked up with photos greatly appreciated.
Thanks. Mark

Hi Mark,

The easiest way to get some info on this might be to type "trans kickdown bracket" into the Google search box above, click on the circle in front of "67-72chevytrucks.com" and click on the Google button. There are a few different configurations that would work for you in different threads.....

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Re: Trans kick down questions

Which transmission do you have?
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