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Old 03-07-2009
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new shift ****

hey i dont know if this is in the right section but... when i bought my truck it has this crappy shift ****. i want a new one such as a hurst t-handle but i dont see how they go on. does anyone know if they come with an adapter since a rangers doesnt screw on? any help would be great
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You can get a Hurst shifter which will allow you to use a screw on ****.
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You can get a Hurst shifter which will allow you to use a screw on ****.
yeah what he said
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so i take it, it comes with an adapter?
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Its an entire replacement arm
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level II also is threaded but um lol bring a check book
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yeah i could have swore i have seen guys with stock shift stick with hurst t-handle. if i need a whole new shift stick then ill find something else
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Or get someone to put threads on your current stick and screw all you want.
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thats what i asked my grandpa to do
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