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In anyone out there experienced with the Doug Nash 4 speed?? How do I ID it, and how is the transmission?? Durability, gearing, etc? The transmission in my 71 Chevelle is supposed to be one, but I havn't had time, or desire for that matter, to check (hey, it works fine)To me, it looks like a Borg Warner, according to the chart in the back of the Hurst Catalog. Any takers??
 

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In my non-Chevelle, daily driver, I have the Doug Nash 5 speed (called 4+1). Doug Nash transmissions are now owned by Richmond Transmission. I've yet to have any problem with this tranny, they have been labeled by many magazines as "bullet proof".
Well, I haven't shot at it yet, but hey we've
all missed a few here and there.
I'ld say, stick with it! (pun intended).

Sean
 

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Thanks for the reply guys...any idea what the 1st gear ratio is?? Im told its pretty high (or low ) around 2:60 ??
 
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