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  • Jeff_H
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    I have heard that the early large Jeep Wagoneer & Pickups (60's) used a shift bezel the same as Studebaker but with a lens that had the PRNDL type pattern.
    This is true. Here is a standard lark lens compared to a jeep part:



    Unfortunately, the Jeep parts are very hard to find unless things have changed in the past couple of years. I am not aware of them being available from any Jeep vendor but could be wrong.

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  • Warren Webb
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    I have heard that the early large Jeep Wagoneer & Pickups (60's) used a shift bezel the same as Studebaker but with a lens that had the PRNDL type pattern. Perhaps there is a Jeep vendor that sells them? If so, lots of us either have or are thinking of a trans swap that would helpful to have that lens.

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  • Studeguy61
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    Thanks for the responses. I appreciate it.

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  • Pat Dilling
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    I used this one for my 4L60E (same as 700R4). It just sticks on the column and the pointer sticks on the part that moves.

    http://www.jegs.com/i/Ididit/535/260...rentProductId=

    Pat

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  • DEEPNHOCK
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    You could probably modify this one to fit....
    http://www.flamingriver.com/index.ph.../FR20010-OVKIT


    Originally posted by Studeguy61 View Post
    I have a GM 700R4 mated to a 289. I am looking for a shift indicator that will fit the original 61 Studebaker steering column. Anyone know of any out there.

    Thanks.

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  • 64V-K7
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    Most of the GM cars that use the 700 had the trans quadrant on the dash. Why not look into some of the utility vans they might have a column quadrant

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  • Studeguy61
    started a topic 700R4 Shift Indicator

    700R4 Shift Indicator

    I have a GM 700R4 mated to a 289. I am looking for a shift indicator that will fit the original 61 Studebaker steering column. Anyone know of any out there.

    Thanks.
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