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Gear shift removal from a 1968 f350  Can anyone tell me how to remove the selector stick from a production 4 speed box on a 1968 ford f350 truck

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The ring that is on top of the post that sticks through the floor and the stick goes into will unscrew, then the stick just pulls out. Hopefully, a strap wrench will grip it tight enough to get it free--otherwise a pipe wrench will do the job, but mar the ring.

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NOTE: The brake shift interlock actuator is not serviced individually. If replacement is required, install a new floor shift selector lever assembly.
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