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Old 04-21-2006, 06:54 PM
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will a saginaw hurst shifter and rods fit on a m20 muncie

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Might....but the reverse rod is different for sure.
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Some Saginaw trannys had a spot for a bolt on shifter on the tail housing of the trans.

Some did not and the Hurst type shifters used a U bolt type clamp on the tail housing with other brackets to tail housing bolts .

To my knowledge the Muncie trannys all had bolt holes on the tail housing for a shifter to bolt onto.

The Saginaw has the reverse shifter linkage point on the main case , the Muncie was on the tail housing.
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Some saginaws (none fitted to Holdens here) had the 'three bolt extention housing' like a muncie or super t10.
In the 80's I ran a late m20 with a 25 tooth (front gear) cluster. Launching a 3300 lb car with only 355 cubes resulted in a lot of breakage, so I kept a 3 speed sag to run aroud with whilst chasing muncie parts. As noted the Hurst shifter clamped on the extention housing so I ran it on the sag without the reverse rod. Other than the longer reverse rod on a sag (4 speed) everything else lines up.
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I have a Saginaw in my '62 Corvette and the Hurst mount plate bolts up on the tailhousing. Not sure of the rods, but reverse needed an odd placement that has reverse in the opposite direction (back instead of forward). All else has been fine for over 20 years.
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