Part Update: 4713 Power Steering Pump Stud Now Paragon Made

New Paragon Reproduced Part!Power steering pump stud, (1) stud required for pump mounting and (1) stud required for pump adjusting. Stud is 3/8″-16 on both ends.
Years: 1963 – 1979
Type: Stock
Packaging: Each
Condition: New
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Stick With Us 15% Discount Plan

  • Are you restoring your Corvette?
  • Are you planning to do some major repairs this Year?
  • Retail customers can receive up to 15% off of your parts!*

When you let us know that you are starting a major project we will give you a 15% discount on all Paragonmanufactured parts, provided that you place an initial order of at least $500.00. You will receive up to 15% off of your initial order, and will continue to receive up to 15% off future orders as long as you continue to place one order atleast every three months. This is our way of saying thank you for continuing to place orders with Paragon. So take advantage of the best discount offer in the Corvette business today.

*Part numbers printed in our catalog with a color are eligible for a 15% discount. Part numbers printed in black are eligible for a 10% discount. Please note that some items are NOT eligible for any discount, these parts will have ** beside the part number. Once you are enrolled in the “Stick With Us” program product pricing on our website will reflect your discount.

1962-64 Powerglide Shifter Linkage Installation

  1. Set control rod bell crank (A) in Park position.
  2. Set control shaft lever (B) in Park position.
  3. With both the bell crank and lever held in Park position, assemble control rod (C) to lever (B), then adjust clevis on rod (C) for easy entry into lever (A).

**Please note that parts numbered in the schematic are included in our 271K linkage kit**

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1957-62 Muncie 4-Speed Linkage Installation

The 4-Speed transmission gearshift linkage utilizes three shift rods and levers. A simple gauge block will aid in making the proper adjustments. The adjustments can be made without the gauge block by having an assistant hold the manual shift lever in the neutral positions. Remove transmission gearshift lever seal from the floor pan.

  1. Place transmission in neutral and install gauge block in position as shown in illustration.
  2. Remove the cotter pin, anti-rattle washer and clevis pin at each shift lever.
  3. On each shift rod, adjust the threaded clevis to permit free entry on the clevis pin into the hole in the transmission shift lever.
  4. Reconnect the clevises to the shift levers.
  5. Remove the gauge block and check the shifts. If any roughness still exists, one of the clevises may require adjustment of approximately one-half turn. Determine the rod and clevis requiring adjustment by sighting along the slot where the gauge block was used in step 2.

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1957-62 Borg Warner 4-Speed Linkage Installation

The 4-Speed transmission gearshift linkage utilizes three shift rods and levers. A simple gauge block will aid in making the proper adjustments. The adjustments can be made without the gauge block by having an assistant hold the manual shift lever in the neutral positions.

  1. Remove transmission gearshift lever seal from the floor pan.
  2. Place transmission in neutral and install gauge block in position as shown in illustration.
  3. Remove the cotter pin, anti-rattle washer and clevis pin at each shift lever.
  4. On each shift rod, adjust the threaded clevis to permit free entry on the clevis pin into the hole in the transmission shift lever.
  5. Reconnect the clevises to the shift levers.

Remove the gauge block and check the shifts. If any roughness still exists, one of the clevises may require adjustment of approximately one-half turn. Determine the rod and clevis requiring adjustment by sighting along the slot where the gauge block was used in step 2.

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1956-62 Windshield Wiper Transmission Installation

Note the wiper transmission in Figure 1. Two people will be required for the first step and for the final step. One person should stand outside the car to push down on the left windshield wiper transmission drive shaft, which separates the upper and lower clutches.

From under the dash, pull on the cables; this permits the clutches to rotate, extending the length of both cables. Once the cables are fully extended, have the second person release the transmission shaft. The clutches will lock back together and the cables will be held in their extended positions. Repeat this procedure with the right transmission.

Now that both transmission assemblies have their cables extended and in the locked position, you’re ready to connect the cables to the wiper drum assembly. Refer to Figure 2 and hook the cable ends on the drum as indicated.

Once the cables are attached to the drum, have the other person press down on the left wiper transmission shaft again. The clutches will be released, and snap back to spring load the cables. Now repeat on the right transmission, check the cables on the drum one last time.

Note that the upper cable is 24” long and the lower cable is 24 5/8” long, both dimensions include the ends.

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1966 – 80 Corvette B.B. & S.B. A.I.R. Extension Tube Kits

We are proud to offer our new, Paragon made, A.I.R. extension tube kits for 1966-1980 Corvettes with both big block and small block engines. These tubes fit in the exhaust manifold port under the main A.I.R. tube assembly, and include 8 pieces. Be sure to click on the links below for usage notes specific to each part.

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