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Hurst Pistol Grip Quarter Stick Shifter Kit Black

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Pistol Grip Quarter Stick Shifter Kit Black
$599.94
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Pistol Grip Quarter Stick Shifter Kit
  • Powerglide
  • TH250/350/375/400
    Includes:
  • Pistol Grip Quarter Stick Shifter
  • Q-Stick Shifter Cover
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    What Are The Top Hurst Pistol Grip Quarter Stick Shifters?

    The most popular Hurst pistol grip Quarter Stick shifter is the front exit cable fitting Powerglide, TH-350 and TH-400 transmissions with black finish. The next most popular pistol grip Quarter Stick shifter fits GM 700R4, 4L60, 4L60E, 4L80E transmissions with forward pattern valve body in black finish. Completing the list of the top most popular Hurst pistol grip Quarter Stick shifters is the Chrysler A727/A904 and Ford C4/C6 with reverse pattern valve body and front exit cable shifter with black finish.

    How Much Do Hurst Pistol Grip Quarter Stick Shifters Cost?

    Hurst Pistol Grip Quarter Stick shifters are available for just over $500 each with kits that include an optional aluminum shifter cover offered for around $600.

    What Are The Main Benefits of Hurst Pistol Grip Quarter Stick Shifters?

    The Quarter Stick pistol shifter options offered by Hurst use a comfortable design that allows firm and easy one-handed shifting operation. Quarter stick shifters are also available with a momentary switch, perfect for operating a nitrous system, transbrake, or line lock / roll control. In addition, these shifters include a lockout feature, preventing accidently shifting your automatic transmission into the wrong gear while racing.

    How To Install A Hurst Pistol Grip Quarter Stick Shifter

    The directions for installing a Hurst Quarter Stick pistol grip shifter will vary depending on the vehicle and automatic transmission application. However, in most cases, assembly is similar. The first step is creating the space on the vehicle floor so that the shifter can be bolted down. Next, position the shifter so that it provides comfortable and easy access from the driving position and then secure it to the floor. Next, attach the shifter cable to the shifter. Then locate or create a hole so that the cable can be fed through so it can connect to the transmission. The cable needs to contain smooth and wide bends to prevent binding and hard shifting. It also needs to be clear of any moving or hot parts like the driveshaft or exhaust system. Next, bolt the transmission cable bracket in place, which in most cases is on the transmission pan rail, using the pan bolts. The original transmission gear selector arm is replaced with the new one included in the shifter kit. The cable is then connected to the gear selector arm. With the cable connected to the shifter and transmission, confirm that when the shifter "clicks" into each gear, the transmission also "clicks" into gear at the same time, which will prevent transmission performance issues or damage. This process can be made easier with the aid of a helper. With shifting confirmed to be correct and smooth, secure the cable with cable clamps. If the push button switch on the shifter (for some models) will be used, connect it to the system you wish to control. Shifter installation is then compl

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