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If Any Of You Guys Are Having Trouble Finding Gears On A Regular Basis, Try This.............
Remove The Rubber Isolator Mounted To The Shift Lever. It Has The Hurst Lever Sandwiched Between Two Layers Of Urethane Mounted In A Steel Box, And That Is Bolted To The Arm Comming Out Of The Trans. You Will Get Vibration And Gear Noise, But Your Shifts Will Be Tight And Precise.
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67PLY said:
If Any Of You Guys Are Having Trouble Finding Gears On A Regular Basis, Try This.............
Remove The Rubber Isolator Mounted To The Shift Lever. It Has The Hurst Lever Sandwiched Between Two Layers Of Urethane Mounted In A Steel Box, And That Is Bolted To The Arm Comming Out Of The Trans. You Will Get Vibration And Gear Noise, But Your Shifts Will Be Tight And Precise.
I'll Get Pics When I Can.

Later,
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sweet!~dude i love you!
NO NEED TO GO THAT FAR..........

ALSO YOU WILL HAVE TO COME UP WITH A WAY TO BOLT THE HURST LEVER DIRECTLY TO THE STUB COMMING OUT OF THE TRANS, BECAUSE THERE IS A BIG DIFFERENCE IN THE SIZE OF THE HOLES. THE HOLES ON THE HURST LEVER ARE 11/16" IN DIAMETER, AND THE ONES IN THE TRANS LEVER ARE 3/8" I JUST HAPPENED TO FIND A COUPLE OF BOLTS FROM AN OLD HURST SHIFTER PLATE THAT CAME OFF MY 70 DODGE CHALLENGER WITH A HEMI 4-SPEED THAT WORKED WELL ENOUGH UNTIL I CAN GET TO THE HARDWARE STORE.
ONE MORE THING THAT I HAVE NOTICED THAT HAS CAUSED SOME SHIFTING PROBLEMS FOR ME, IS THAT THE MOTOR REALLY TORQUES OVER UNDER ACCELERATION CAUSING THE SHIFTER TO LAY OVER TO THE PASSENGER SIDE. TORQUE STRAP OF SOME TYPE IS IN MY NEAR FUTURE.
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My only problem is from shifting into 3rd at about 5500 rpm. it is like you realy have to ram it in gear, otherwise under regular acceleration it is very smooth.
 
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