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B&M Pro Ratchet Automatic Shifter 1962-1973 GM Powerglide

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Pro Ratchet Automatic Shifter 1962-1973 GM Powerglide
$385.99
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Pro Ratchet Automatic Shifter
  • 1962-1973 GM Powerglide Race Transmissions
  • Brushed Aluminum
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    Can the 80842 3-speed shifter, be changed into the 80840 2-speed shifter? My reason for the question is....I had a 3-speed, (thm400) and now I have a 2-speed. (PG)

    Asked by: TEK3
    The instructions show that it can be used with a powerglide with the correct bracket and adjustments in the instructions.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2017-10-19
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