Electric Solenoid Shifting Kits
Hurst Solenoid Shift Kits are designed to automatically complete 1st to 2nd gear changes through the use of a manually activated push button(normally open)switch, or an rpm style activated switch.
Hurst Quarter Stick Shifters are designed for 2 and 3-speed automatic transmissions in both forward and reverse valve body shift patterns. Detent activation is controlled by a chrome-plated trigger contoured to fit comfortably into the driver's hand. One-hand operated, spring loaded reverse Loc/Out mechanism enables drivers to clear the reverse Loc/Out while remaining strapped in their shoulder harness belts. Their lightweight, compact design is great for tight fits: Quarter Stick is 7.6" L x 2" W x 10.15" T, and Quarter Stick II is 7" L x 2" W x 10" T. Weighs in at 2.5 pounds! Forged aluminum stick for added strength has 7/16-20 thread. Comes with factory installed neutral safety switch (back-up light switch is available separately except Quarter Stick II). Comes with hardware, 5 foot long shifter cable, and easy to follow installation guide.
JEGS Easy Kits are designed by JEGS professionals so you get all the parts you need.
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