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Gear change linkage for Maestro's VW gearbox

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  • Gear change linkage for Maestro's VW gearbox

    I need a replacement gear change linkage (i.e. the rods, levers and joints between the Gear Lever and the Gearbox) for an '83 1600 R-Series engined MG Maestro.

    Does anyone have one that would work?

    If anyone knows what other models also used this gearbox it might be a lot easier to track one down

  • #2
    Don't know this any good ?
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Austin-Ma...UAAOSw47dZvlgO

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    • #3
      the rods on this page are not for a diesel, they look a bit like the ebay link above.
      https://rimmerbros.com/Item--i-GRID010744

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      • #4
        sorry -just seen this. the ebay link has expired, but was it this item (relisted):

        Austin MG Maestro & Montego 1.3 & 1.6 5 Speed Gear Linkage Rebuild Kit & Grease
        https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Austin-MG...gAAOSwDQhbrAmF

        The parts on the Rimmer page above do look promising, TBH
        Last edited by John C; 23rd October 2019, 20:11.

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        • #5
          it might be enough just to fit a rebuild kit rather than a whole new linkage?

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