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TH-350 Rooster Comb - Differences?

The TH-350 in the Nova has issues. Some may be minor, others may be more significant. First, the case is obviously a TH-350C. There is an electrical connection on the right side. It was rebuilt as a regular 350. Second, it was originally a column shifted unit. The tranny is now shifted via a Hurst Pro-Matic 2, but the tranny detents do not match the shifter detents. Could this perhaps be due to a difference in the rooster combs for the 350C or the column shift as opposed to a regular TH-350? The shifter doesn't line up with anything in the tranny. Any help or suggestions will be much appreciated. This is driving me nuts. Thanks.

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I've read a few post on here about the Hurst shifters not lining up correctly. The TH350 & TH350C have the same detent so it's not the trans.
B&M owns Hurst now. This is from Hurst's FAQ section>
http://www.hurst-shifters.com/s.nl/c.723089/sc.26/.f

Q. I'm having difficulty getting my automatic shifter adjusted to properly engage all the gears.

A. Some Hurst shifters are universal in design (particularly Pro-matics and V-matics). Some applications, usually Ford and Chrysler, require more exact adjustment than others. Try adjusting the cable pivot in either Low or Neutral, just be sure both the shifter and transmission are in the same gear when adjusting.
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