If you are unsure of what style transfer case you have, look at the secondary photo for a picture of the shift pattern. The shifter will wind up very close to the seat. I had to do majar modifications to the mounting brackets to get it to work on my A-body Mopar. I raised the shifter high enough to clear all the overdrive lumps and solinoids. Tired of that worn out column shifter on your Early Bronco? Even pulls itself forward to go into second like it did I assume from factory. Remove the console storage bin, if necessary.
Much better, figure I'll leave it like this forever. It bolts to the side of the transmission well ahead of the seat. This could be confusing to most 4-speed trained brains. Does anyone know if there is a mounting bracket that is available to fit this. Some manufacturers place restrictions on how details of their products may be communicated. As with all hot rod applications it's a struggle.
Are there any bushings anywhere that could be worn or replaced? It was a primitive car but it had a third foot pedal the clutch pedal and a floor-mounted manual transmission shifter. My first 3 speed shifter installation was modifying a Dragfast shifter from a 57 Chevy to fit a 54 Chevy with a torque tube transmission. The original shifters are different from the aftermarket shifters in several ways. The Hurst shifter mounted to the transmission instead of the transmission crossmember. Free shifter from cable by removing cotter pin and washer. These shifters are ideal for column shift conversions or for floor shift replacements. The 3-speeds were just as beefy and robust as their 4-speed counterparts.
Accommodates Stock Knob: No Shifter Boot Included: Yes Shifter Boot Material: Rubber Shifter Boot Finish: Black Shifter Finish: Chrome Quantity: Sold individually. Remove the accessory power receptacle. Use factory hardware to fasten arms to control shafts. Thanks for the replies: don. Whew that was a struggle! Kit has all the hardware and instruction sheet. Many parts were serviced as a different part number.
Cut the heads off but couldn't drive them out, had to drill. Remove four Phillips head screws that hold escutcheon plate down to console. The part numbers are shown on the table at the bottom of the page. By 1969, young male drivers from ages 16 to 25 were deemed to be high risks behind the wheel of powerful muscle cars by most car insurance companies causing skyrocketing insurance premiums. I about went through the outside of my garage when I let the clutch out.
It was used with both the heavy-duty 3-speed and Muncie 4-speed transmissions when optioned with a big block engine. The two different brackets also used different special nuts in the slotted hole for the shifter's lower bolt mount. While the handles themselves are physically the same, there were two different handle stampings. No cleaning up of welds in the arms that way, weld doesn't stick to copper! Cut off any excess length of rod beyond rod buttons that may interfere with shifter operation. And remember - you can't dumb it down too much for me! Console cars had the shift pattern shown on the console.
The upper knob piece is black and the lower knob piece is chrome steel. It is a flat-headed plow bolt. Just happened to think of something about why the car would be shifting backward the brackets that connect to the transmission are being shifted from the bottom side and the arms are run below the over drive unit. It wasn't a direct bolt on like I wanted, but it wasn't terrible either. Reassemble linkage and test shifter. Hurst rod mounting and threads.