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shifter problems

Postby h-bot » Wed Nov 07, 2001 9:06 pm

From: monzster2000_REMOVE_492055_THIS_@yahoo.com


i have a 75 monza 2+2 hatch with a 262 4 speed.
the shifter has gotten really sloppy and is getting
hung in gears. can the shifter be rebuilt or is there
anywhere i can get a new one or replace it with a hurst or
something. thanks


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shifter problems

Postby h-bot » Mon Nov 12, 2001 5:21 pm

From: monzaaddict_REMOVE_256986_THIS_@yahoo.com


I have an extra if you are interested. monzaaddict@lycos.com


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shifter problems

Postby h-bot » Sun Feb 10, 2002 12:34 am

From: pfjk36322_REMOVE_617524_THIS_@yahoo.com


If it is the factory shifter,the nylon
"anti-vibe" bushings are shot,resulting in too much slop.they
can be replaced, or upgraded w/ metal bearings.If you
go w/ a Hurst shifter(you prob have a Saginaw
4-spd),the throws will be shorter and you may end up
trashing the sychroes, breaking a U-joint or the rear
end,if you power shift.In other words,be careful.Check
Summit and Jeg's for applications for your ride.Hope
this helps,Frank.


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