Toploader 4 speed with Liberty gears. 0 Passes since being freshened. Big input and output shafts. 2.78 low gear. Comes with Hurst inline shifter that is almost brand new. Will ship, buyer pays shipping. $2500 call or text with any questions. 812-568-1491 thanks Brian!!
the Coug wrote:Brian is that hurst shifter new? The reason I am asking is my old one has strait shifting rods and they are 1/2 in dia.
I have the same setup but mine is factory gears and built.
thats a nice tranny
Shifter was new 3 years ago and has very few passes on it. This tranny shifts better than the richmonds we've used and as good as the new g-force with a long shifter we currently use. Only reason we went to the g-force was the fact that we didn't wanna break something that's getting hard to replace. Thanks!!
Brian that makes sense my shifter is say 30+ years old..... I built my tranns out of about 3 or 4 different ones to get the best smoothest parts to work shifts like butter, if that one is liberty innards I would not be afraid of breaking it...The biggest thing that makes them shift sweet or not is the detent shafts and balls if you get the right combo it is sweet...
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Your shifter is actually the Mr Gasket design, the Hurst Ram Rod was different, at some point I think the designs merged, both companies have been repeatedly sold. I sold both over the counter for more than a decade, and I have 3 of the Mr Gasket, and one of the Hurst hanging on my peg board in my shop.The first Hurst design is completely different. You can spot it by it's large reverse handle. If your ever in need of spare parts I have those towers and a limited amount of small parts. The newer installation kits used the smaller, thinner rods, the older units used beefier rods. Hurst still rebuilds units for $250., that includes re-chroming.
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