Help identifying this Hurst shifter - Chevelle Tech
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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old Jul 15th, 20, 9:22 AM Thread Starter
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Help identifying this Hurst shifter

I have this laying in the garage and I'm trying to verify if will fit my car. The only mark on the body is the 2083 number. There is no other mark at all on the body.

The levers are marked 2051, 2182 and 3405.

I think this is a Hurst 3918014 but I want to verify before I do anything with it.

I'm getting ready to install my console and my current Hurst shifter is not correct for a console car. It hits the console hump, even with a 6836 stick. That's why I'm hoping this is the correct shifter that I need.





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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old Jul 15th, 20, 4:01 PM
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Re: Help identifying this Hurst shifter

Lets see the two shifter assembly's side-by-side.

Generally, all the Hurst Competition Plus shifter body's are the same, with minor differences in how the stick is attached. The differences to fit each car and console or no console options are in the mounting plate that the shifter bolts to and the linkage levers and rods kits, and in the shape of the stick itself....shift body assemblies are not made any different.
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Is that one arm cracked or is that schmegma?second pic
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post #4 of 11 (permalink) Old Jul 15th, 20, 6:44 PM
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Re: Help identifying this Hurst shifter

Can you show us the whole box and not close ups? And anyway, as said you have a crack in your shifter arm. Or that's some very crack like schmegma! ( reminds me to check mine again!)
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Gearhead, what car are you trying to fit this shifter into? That "crack" looks like grease to me. Terry
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Re: Help identifying this Hurst shifter

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Is that one arm cracked or is that schmegma?second pic
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Can you show us the whole box and not close ups? And anyway, as said you have a crack in your shifter arm. Or that's some very crack like schmegma! ( reminds me to check mine again!)
Not a crack. Just some trash.
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Gearhead, what car are you trying to fit this shifter into? That "crack" looks like grease to me. Terry
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Lets see the two shifter assembly's side-by-side.

Generally, all the Hurst Competition Plus shifter body's are the same, with minor differences in how the stick is attached. The differences to fit each car and console or no console options are in the mounting plate that the shifter bolts to and the linkage levers and rods kits, and in the shape of the stick itself....shift body assemblies are not made any different.
The current shifter is in the car and all buttoned up. The stick is straight up . There's no right angle to clear the console hump where the stick attaches. I think it might be a 64-67 comp plus like this one.

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The current shifter is in the car and all buttoned up. The stick is straight up . There's no right angle to clear the console hump where the stick attaches. I think it might be a 64-67 comp plus like this one.

Did you search Hursts website? They used to, and probably still have, a very good illustration guide to identify shifters.

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post #10 of 11 (permalink) Old Jul 15th, 20, 11:14 PM
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Re: Help identifying this Hurst shifter

that offset looks kinda like my old 68 impala.
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post #11 of 11 (permalink) Old Jul 15th, 20, 11:53 PM
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Help identifying this Hurst shifter

That looks just like the body and offset that’s in my 68 with console.

No car yet; currently looking for 66-69 project/driver.
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