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Hurst Pistol Grip Quarter Stick 2 Shifter Powerglide (Forward or Reverse Pattern Body)

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Pistol Grip Quarter Stick 2 Shifter Powerglide (Forward or Reverse Pattern Body)
$464.95
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Pistol Grip Quarter Stick 2 Shifter
  • Powerglide (Forward or Reverse Pattern Body)
  • TH250/350/375/400 (Reverse Pattern Valve Body)
  • Precision Snap-Action Switch
  • Rear Cable Exit Ideal for Dragsters
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    Does this work in a th400 with a forward pattern?

    Asked by: MurdaOne01
    Yes, this will work with a forward or reverse pattern valve body.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2019-03-11
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