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Just wondering what is the better shifter to purchase, thought I would get yours guys input?:confused:
 

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Search the forums using these keywords + "shifter" and I think you'll have your answer-

"GMM"
"B&M"
"Hurst"
 

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Fox Mulder said:
Search the forums using these keywords + "shifter" and I think you'll have your answer-

"GMM"
"B&M"
"Hurst"
I gave you a hint, but remember - search is your friend.
 

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I pieced mine together with Harrop Ratio Quick shift with a lou's short stick up top and a Hurst Black 6 speed shift ball.
 

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I pieced mine together with Harrop Ratio Quick shift with a lou's short stick up top and a Hurst Black 6 speed shift ball.
I was thinking about doing that, was the Harrop pretty easy to put together? I was looking at this route since I already have the Lou's and billet knob. got any pics? thanks man, any info would be great.
 

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I was thinking about doing that, was the Harrop pretty easy to put together? I was looking at this route since I already have the Lou's and billet knob. got any pics? thanks man, any info would be great.
Actually the harrop was real easy to put together. I will take some photos of the shifter tonight, i dont have any of it during the build though.
 

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If there is not enough excitement in your life I would go with the B&M. If you need to feel like Odysseus go ahead and plan on getting the Hurst. If you want to do it right the first time get the GMM.
 

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jdo6696 said:
I was thinking about doing that, was the Harrop pretty easy to put together? I was looking at this route since I already have the Lou's and billet knob. got any pics? thanks man, any info would be great.
I've used the Harrop in conjunction with a shortened factory handle for the last 7-8 months... Better than stock for sure, but I'm afraid you won't find shifting nirvana here. :(
 
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