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Ups man brought me a present

Got my hurst shifter today put it in and wow what a difference it makes from stock but ne ways on to the pics let me know what you think

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looks good whats up with the ****.... Forward reverse and Low?
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I LOVE LOVE LOVE my hurst.


My lil brother love love loves his hurst.


My buddy ausin love love loves his hurst....


I think driving my truck made 'em get it. lol.


What is up with that ****? lol.
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i cant tell if he has an automatic or standard. it looks like it used to have a column on there but then i can't tell if he has a clutch pedal. who knows.
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i cant tell if he has an automatic or standard. it looks like it used to have a column on there but then i can't tell if he has a clutch pedal. who knows.
Why would he get a hurst when he has a automatic??? You can see the clutch pedal clearly.
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One of those new fangled 2 speeds...low and forward, than reverse.
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i want one so bad
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they sent me the wrong **** so i called hurst but nobody was there so i left a message
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OO well theres all our answers
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This is the only way to go for the shifter ***

http://store.summitracing.com/partde...5&autoview=sku
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4 speed? lol

looks great
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This is the only way to go for the shifter ***

http://store.summitracing.com/partde...5&autoview=sku
I love T-Handles, but I wouldn't get one with the wrong shift pattern. That is the pattern for my VW.
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Whats a hust shifter cost for our trucks.
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Very nice....

So how does this come in to play if you have a BL?

Does it effect the performance of the Hurst?
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Ask Shane
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i would assume it would work with the same shift extension to use with the BL correct?
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Very nice....

So how does this come in to play if you have a BL?

Does it effect the performance of the Hurst?

Shifter is WAY short w/o an extension on a bodylifted truck. It IS doable w/o making anything, but even with the 1" bl, i made this extention to get the ball right where it was perfectly comfortable for me. BL does nothing that 'hurts' the performance of the hurst, what it does hurt is the comfortability of driving(ie, ball location to hand).

Here's my solution: 1/4" x 1.5" flatbar, 1" raise, 1 1/8" back...and the way i mounted it, shifted the arm 1/4" towards the driver....

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Here's a stock stock with unmodded hurst(notice visible length of arm)
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Here's my truck w/ 3" bodylift and that extention posted above...
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My next plan is doing a straight up 3" lift on the shifter, and play with it more to make it just perfect for me. Right now with my bracket, i cannot havea drink in the center console if the center console is in the stock position. 2nd and espicially 4th and reverse, the ball hits the cup/glass/beer etc. lol..
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i would assume it would work with the same shift extension to use with the BL correct?
NOT AT ALL
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looks good Jeremy!
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So what does it do differently?
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Kinda off topic but does the PA shift extension work on a FX4 arm? After a body lift obviously...
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Kinda off topic but does the PA shift extension work on a FX4 arm? After a body lift obviously...
OEM arms are OEM arms....it'll work.


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So what does it do differently?
Hurst replaces the entire rotator ball assy from inside the trans, to above the trans, thus creating a shorter throw. the hurst and a stock shifter is completley different. it also gives very positve feel and gear engagement. i love it. combine it with a nice grabby clutch, and proper gearing, and it's sex on wheels.
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Nice!!!
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