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Hurst Equiped

I got my hurst in finally, wanted to show it off. Man does it make a world of difference. Its just like everyone says: Click, Click, Zoom!!!

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Looks good, diffrent place to mount the Hellas
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Nice Shift! Very jealous.
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Haha, your truck looks just like mine inside, the Hurst shifter, Ford floor mats and the same seats. Shifter looks great.

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Looks good man but you need to crank your t-bars up to even out the front end and then you need some nice wheels and 33's...and you'll be banging
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LOOOOOOVE my hurst!! CLICK CLICK ZOOM!




Kiefer, did you cut up that floor rubber piece thing like the instructions told you to? If so, you didn't need to because your bodylifted. Bodylifted + uncut rubber floor thingy = awesome quietdowner + less heat into the cab-er.

But....I'm sure it's a nice long reach now isn't it? Time to build or commission me to build you a shifter extention!
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One of the best things I have done to my truck. Keep an eye on teh seal where it mates to the tranny. Mine leaked like hell, there is a fix on RPS for it.
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One of the best things I have done to my truck. Keep an eye on teh seal where it mates to the tranny. Mine leaked like hell, there is a fix on RPS for it.


OHHH!! Forgot to tell you...I fixed the leak using the bathroom rubber sheet mod. lol.

BUT....now my tailhousing to transhousing is leaking a little bit. DAMNIT. lol. I gotta find a Silocone that ATF doesn't eat!
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I just put a manual tranny back in my Ranger and i'm glad to have it back. I think my extension is 5" tall. 3" to cover the body lift and another 2" cause its too short from the getgo.

I used gray rtv at all the connections for the shifter arm. I think that helped absorb some of the rattle.
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Looks short, you need bigger tires and different wheels.
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Moar pics of the wheels!! You've got a nice truck man.

Every now and then, I wish for a Hurst + manual trans...mostly when I'm on the freeway and wanna pass someone...downshift and go! haha
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OHHH!! Forgot to tell you...I fixed the leak using the bathroom rubber sheet mod. lol.

BUT....now my tailhousing to transhousing is leaking a little bit. DAMNIT. lol. I gotta find a Silocone that ATF doesn't eat!

I knew it would work lol.

I have this stuff from work called Yamabond 4. Its similar to Loctite 518, as in it stays flexable, and does not harden. Worked for me so far.
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Looks short, you need bigger tires and different wheels.
short 'cause the truck is BL'd and theres no extention.
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I knew it would work lol.

I have this stuff from work called Yamabond 4. Its similar to Loctite 518, as in it stays flexable, and does not harden. Worked for me so far.
Yamabond aint got **** on this stuff VVVV:


haha. I've never even heard of yamabond.
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I knew it would work lol.

I have this stuff from work called Yamabond 4. Its similar to Loctite 518, as in it stays flexable, and does not harden. Worked for me so far.
I may have to have you hook an American up in a few weeks...
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looks great man i want one but i cant afford one
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Wheels and Tires! Stat!

Have fun with the shifter, I love mine!
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other than looks good,whats the difference of hurst shifter and the stock shifter?
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shorter throw, more fun.
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awesome. Now ditch that hideous looking accordion boot and get a leather boot.
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I may have to have you hook an American up in a few weeks...
I got it through work, so just let me know. Maybe we can work something out lol.
Its Yamaha's in house product.
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Thanks,

hey all thanks for the awesome comments. Its always sweet to hear other people say your rig looks good.
I do need some bigger tires for sure, money is tight right now, but they will come eventually.
Also, i might have to take Fx4Wannabe up on that offer, it does need an extension.
The hurst is so sweet though. I like it more and more every day!

At first i installed the oil seal wrong and it was dripping transmission fluid all over the place!($#!*). But i got i fixed and now its sound. i think i need to make an adjustment to 3rd gear tho, it vibrates sometimes, not fully in gear i dont think.
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Ah dude, (RangerExtreme)
I got 4 brandee spakin new crager soft 8 15X8's sitting in my garage. i just need some 33 x12.5 or somethin!
T-bar adjustment too! But not till the bigger tires come...?
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well hell i got two good 33's if your interested send me a pm or call me up i'll make you a deal on em
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Hursts are known to rattle in different gears sometimes...even though everything is nice and tight. Mine rattles some in 4th. My brothers rattles some in 3rd.


I'll shoot you a PM on the extention..
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