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05-29-2012 08:33 AM
AutoGear The new Hursts aren't as nice as the old ones. It looks like the stamping dies are just tired. Also; B&M who owns Hurst firmly believes that all M22s came with TH400 outputs...this is NOT the case. Not only did M22s come with 10spline inputs at one point; you could also get an M20 in 1971-74 with a 32 spline output.

Thus; if you want to buy a NEW shifter; get a Long (brand) shifter; when you compare prices, don't forget to add in Hursts 'installation kit' to make it a fair comparison.

So there you have it; Old Hurst or New Long
05-27-2012 07:12 AM
spinn The 4 speed short throw is a mod on the shifter arm. You drill the linkage hole farther from the end.
05-25-2012 10:51 PM
4 speed shifter opinion

like to know some views on any 4 speed shifters for munci or richmand trans or for any other 4 speed trans thats excellent for the drag strip and good on the street.. are the short throws ideal?

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