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Vg vp column shift v8????

gtrboyy

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clutch cable is on driver's side....selector rod on 4l60e are on passenger side.

Won't know what is required untill fit driveline in the vehicle & see...most people have done opposite going column to tbar.
 

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clutch cable is on driver's side....selector rod on 4l60e are on passenger side.

Won't know what is required untill fit driveline in the vehicle & see...most people have done opposite going column to tbar.
The shaft goes thru the fire wall where the clutch cable would normally go thru if it was manual different pedal box with a support bushing and from there the linkage goes across the fire wall to the passangers side to a pivot point on the fire wall and then down to the shaft of the trans with any luck the v6 stuff will fit the v8 stuff as the are more or less the same trans just a larger bell housing and case
 

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There is couple of inches of gap above the trans although v8 heads closer to firewall than v6.

Probably fits ok if one of the peeps has already done it.

As said fit driveline then see is only way to know for sure...lots of holden parts are said to 'bolt straight up' end up needing some form of modding.
 
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