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Hurst shifter

so i wanna get a hurst shifter my only problem is i have the 3" bl and i kinda suck at fabbing ha ha so if theres any one out there that could make me the extension for it let me know how much youd charge and ill paypal ya thanks alot!
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Its going to be hard just because it is all personal preference
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oh ok i just actually read some post about it haha im not all here sometimes lol thanks man
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I made a few for my brother. He's liked a few of them. They go up and back different amounts. It's all about how you like it and messing around with the different sizes.
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is there a simple way to make umm being that i suck at fabbing? haha
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Yeah I suck at paint lol. But this gives you a good idea of what you need to do.

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cool thanks alot Jeff!
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I wanna say mine is close to 2.75" raise with 1.5" offset from the bottom holes to the top holes... And it clears a large Mickey Dee's cup perfect with the shorty console!
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hit up shane (FX4WANNABE01) hell help you out.
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i love this forum you guys kick a** thanks for the help!
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hit up shane (FX4WANNABE01) hell help you out.
Yeah Shane and his brother built mine, cuz Shane and I were busy with my tranny swap
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Yeah Shane and his brother built mine, cuz Shane and I were busy with my tranny swap
yeah he helped me out alot ill get pics of mine tomorrow if need be.

this is what i went by
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yeah please do i got the shifter in the mail today and would like to install it maybe tomorrow or sunday!!!!!!!
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Yeah Shane and his brother built mine, cuz Shane and I were busy with my tranny swap

Yup. i don't think Shane has even made the last few he has used. he always talks me into making them....but he made his t-case extension! lol
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put a all-thread connector on the top of the lever where the **** goes on, insert a 38"-24 bolt that has the end cut off, use a jam nut on both ends and put the **** back on. you can leave plain or slide a peice of hose over the extention. i dont have a lift but thought the lever needed to be longer. this was quick, cheap and easy. Name:  100_5489.jpg
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. this was quick, cheap and easy.
...and obama'd up. That is ugle. (no offensive, but take the time to add an extension off the the bottom like it should be. Looks clean this way).
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yeah i think ill stick to making the extension haha i got the new shifter for looks and perfomance otherwise i would have just left stock on and put a nice little *** on it
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sorry man forgot about this thread about to clean up the truck today and ill get you some pics of it
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heres mine i had made.

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Here's mine:

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All stainless nuts and bolts FTW! lol
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You can find more info here:

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You dont even need to get technical with it. A friend of mine and Trevor's has his going straight up using thin pieces of metal on each side of the hurst 'stub', give it approx 3" straight up extention(alot like my tcase extention below). IMO...thats still too much of a reach for me.


AAAAAAAND here's mine... 2.5" up, 1 1/8" back, 1/4" towards the driver(because of how it's mounted to the hurst). Trepaul's has the same measurements.






I LOL'd at that pic Marcus posted....I sent that via cell while I was bored at work! HAHA!
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OH!


And since you're bodylifted...DO NOT cut your floor rubber piece as pictured in Trevor's pic.....you dont need to. With the extention, The seal is actually VERY nice and it's quieter in the cab.

Trevor...I'll drop off that one you got me so you can quiet the inside down of yours since I obviously dont need it anymore. lol.
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YAY! lol
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