wayback at alltel.net
Fri Jan 5 22:14:38 EST 2007
Thanks Bryan for getting back to me. I assumed that would be the case.
I think the corvair trans worked the same as the ZF if my memory
serves. ( That's questionable) The shaft simply rotates and moves in
an out. Seems plausible that it shouldn't be too difficult to come up
with an adapter or am I missing something.
On Jan 5, 2007, at 9:20 PM, Bryan Blackwell wrote:
> If those are anything like my Neon, there's no easy way. It uses one
> cable for side to side motion, and the other for back and forth.
> You'd have to set up an adapter to translate the motion at the
> On Jan 5, 2007, at 7:32 PM, wayback wrote:
>> I have been told by a mechanic that the 89 Daytona and the 90 Lazer
>> have a cable activated shifter. Does anyone have any experience with
>> these and could they be adapted with the use of Morse cables to work
>> with my ZF transaxle? The shaft comes out the front and on the driver
>> side on the ZF. Before you think I am a rich guy asking for free
>> advice, I purchased the ZF from a Junk yard in Ok. many years ago
>> for 1400.00 It had to be rebuilt.
>> Don Prusha
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