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Old 12-11-2009, 07:58 AM
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OEM Hurst Shift Lever

In the classified ads, I have the parts needed to swap out an AT and install a manual tranny into a 2nd. gen. F-body for cash or exchange for the same parts to fit an 80 Malibu.

What I also need is the shift lever for an OEM Hurst manual floor shifter (either a 3- or 4-speed Hurst lever will fit). It has the spring steel locking arrangement as opposed to a bolt-on lever.

Anyone have a source for one of these levers- Hurst or otherwise?

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Mount with this type? >> http://www.hurst-shifters.com/hurst-...MP-OE-SHIFTERS

I don't see any clamp style sticks/levers here tho' >> http://www.hurst-shifters.com/s.nl/c...tegory.7326/.f
They may have something if you call as lots of their parts aren't on the site. Site used to have much more listed before B&M bought them out.
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Yeah, SS64, that would be the one.

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I don't see any clamp style sticks/levers here tho' >> http://www.hurst-shifters.com/s.nl/c...tegory.7326/.f
They may have something if you call as lots of their parts aren't on the site. Site used to have much more listed before B&M bought them out.
Same as you, I didn't see anything on their site.

Good excuse to hit up a few more swap meets!

Actually, I have a handfull of levers that I might could use- IF I had an example to use as a template.
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