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Username Post: shifter---4 speed
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06-28-20 02:28 PM - Post#2797395    
    In response to Bubpletop62

This is just a FYI; most Hurst shifter "towers" are virtually the same. Some have a longer or curved reverse lever. Don't buy a bolt on stick style tower assembly, and then buy the Hurst 55-57 style curved shifter stick thinking it'll fit like the welded-on stick of the 55-57 shifters. Although it looks the same, it places the shifter stick higher up, and it will make contact with the lower edge of a bench seat. Learned that the hard way after buying a new shifter stick ($108.00!), non-returnable after the package was opened. On my "spare" 327, and Borg-Warner Super T-10, the shifter was originally a MOPAR pistol grip with a push-in stick. Gave the stick to a MOPAR friend, drilled a couple of holes in the stick mount, and bolted a straight Hurst stick on. The 56 Sedan Delivery has 68 Chevelle SS bucket seats, that I was going to replace with a bench seat. Changed my mind after the bolt-on, curved stick issue.
I am Butch/56sedandelivery.

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