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double clutching is becoming a thing of the past with the most recent "loss" of manual transmission options in most passenger and light vehicles(Dodge being last to eliminate the availability of a manual behind the diesel in their trucks) and even people driving manuals.  Despite being young(not so young now), I fondly recall driving "ancient" military vehicles(at least to me, a 17 year old(at that time) driving a M818(deuce and a half type semi) with a 250 Cummins and 5 speed) and the only way was to double clutch.  another reason Im sticking with a manual in my truck although not some cool 13 speed as I had initially wanted.

 

Love reading older literature and keeping history alive!

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Best I could find is from the companion to this forum, the Pilothouse Knowledge site.  the parts catalogs there many people reference: http://dodgepilothouseclub.org/know/ph_parts/b_21.pdf here is the transmission section, dont know if that will help in your case.

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For example: I have this neutral transmission diagram for my WWII GMC CCKW and 1st,2nd,3rd,4th,5th and reverse.Does not exist for Dodge B3-B?

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resources section, Dpecta site, pilots knowledge, truck repair manual, transmission section, in this forum

 

follow the sequence and you'll find diagrams for 3 speed floor shift, column shift and 4 speed.

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On 1/10/2021 at 8:02 PM, Dave72dt said:

resources section, Dpecta site, pilots knowledge, truck repair manual, transmission section, in this forum

 

follow the sequence and you'll find diagrams for 3 speed floor shift, column shift and 4 speed.

 

I think he was confused by your sequence 😆

 

I had not seen this, any idea what manual this was from,

I see no reference on any of the pages?

 

here is a link; Truck Manual

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I thought the sequence was pretty clear unless it was difficult to find "resources", one of those light colored tabs at the top of the page.  That's the sequence I used to get to the information.  I tried the parts manual first and while I could tell which  gears were which by the size all it gave were part numbers so I tried the repair manual next, found the trans section and there was the info.

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