Yes, 2 cables as you describe. See the "Transmissions" section about 80% down this page for assorted tech about these cable transmissions. http://www.1962to1965mopar.ornocar.com/techstuff.html Thanks, Gary H. > -------Original Message------- > From: Mark Stinson > > Michael so your saying this transmission has two external cables ,, on > up front to shift and on on the rear for the parking paw ? > > On Thu, Apr 11, 2019 at 9:05 PM Michael LeFevre < > wrote: > > > Hi Mark, > > I believe you are seeing the park pawl housing. It should have a > > cable entering the left side which is locked in by a special bolt w/ > > nut that is perpendicular to the cable. Loosen up the nut and tap on > > the nut end to move (unlock) release the cable. There is also a pipe > > plug which has to be removed to insert a small screw driver to pry > > on the spring retainer holding the inner portion of the cable to the > > pawl link. A picture would be great at this point but I don't have > > any of my FSMs handy. > > Mike > > > > On Thu, Apr 11, 2019 at 8:56 PM Mark Stinson > > wrote: > > > > Seams some of you know the little differences in the early 727 and > > later models . I have a question , I am familiar with the newer ones > > and have built a few but I have a 65 727 and it has some sort of > > valve body outside the oil pan under the rear tail housing , its > > missing a plug and looks damaged . What is it , can it be bypassed > > and of not does anyone have one I can get ? I am helping a friend > > with a 65 Chrysler 300 4dr ht repair . Thanks :) > > > > On Thu, Apr 11, 2019 at 7:48 PM Jason Rhoades <j > > wrote: > > > > Yes a 65 and old 727. Uses a smaller input shaft. Same number of > > splines. My suggestion is to tear the transmission out. And update > > the front pump and input shaft with parts from a 66 and newer > > transmission. Ideally a 68 or newer. Hunt down a transmission > > from motorhome wich would also have 4 pinion planetarys in it. Just > > my suggestions > > > > Jason > > > > Get Outlook for Android > > > > ------------------------- > > Thursday, April 11, 2019 7:43:26 PM > > TO: 62-65 Mopar List > > SUBJECT: Re: 65 Fury 727 trans > > > > Hi Herb, > > > > I'm a little confused as to exactly what your question is...sorry. > > > > If you are asking for a converter recommendation, then more info > > would be needed (gear ratio, carb, car weight, tire height, > > camshaft, rpm range, etc., etc., etc...). If you talk to a good > > converter shop they will ask you questions about your entire > > combination and help you narrow things down. I used Dynamic > > Converters in Newark, DE (302) 454-9203 and have been very pleased > > with mine. > > > > You are correct. The number of splines on the input shaft of a 65 > > 727 trans is different than a later 727 trans. The later converters > > appear to slide on but will not properly engage the pump which can > > trash the trans. Make sure you are getting a converter for a 65 727. > > Up to 1965 has a cable shift and the old style converter (someone > > please correct me if I'm wrong). 1966 started the lever shift style > > and the later style of converters. The converters are not > > exchangeable between earlier and later years > > > > I've got a 392 ci Poly stroker that dyno'd @ 405 HP & 472 TQ. I > > ended up with a 3,000 rpm stall, but keep in mind that my converter > > would likely stall higher behind your motor, and differently behind > > another motor. That's whay it's important to talk to the experts > > that build and design these things for a living. I swear they are > > partially filled with voodoo! > > > > Bill M > > 65 Coronet 500 'vert http://goo.gl/6xUS1 > > 73 Dart Sport, 05 Ram 2500 CTD, 4WD, QC, LB, Laramie > > 14 Avenger R/T, 15 Durango R/T, 21 Model T Depot Hack > > > > On Thu, Apr 11, 2019 at 4:19 PM <herblangston51@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > Recently built a 440 engine and purchased a Boss Hog converter, > > with slide onto trans shaft. Appears smaller, it’s same number of > > splines. > > I’m told there’s a defense it 65 727s, mine is cable shifted > > not linkage. > > Help! > > The 440 I had built, dyno 515hp at 503 ft lb. > > Anyone got a part number and reasonable price suggestion? > > Not racing just want to have fun! > > > -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "The 1962 to 1965 Mopar Mail List Clubhouse" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an email to 1962to1965mopars+unsubscribe@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx. For more options, visit https://groups.google.com/d/optout.