I am mid restoration on a survivor 1955 Terrier and have a questions concerning the gear indicator control rod (pictured) The gear indicator is up by the speedometer. The control rod attaches to a cable at the top of the crankcase and to the shifter cam plate inside the gearbox at the little (3/16) hole shown. The rod is less than 1/16 in diamater and the lower end of the rod is threaded. Can anyone tell me what the missing part looks like?? It doesn't show up in the parts books. I expect a clevis-pin-type fitting would need to pass through the cam plate and the rod would screw into it, or pass through and be fastened some other way. Thanks for your help.