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Old 07-12-2010, 03:45 PM
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Ford type 3.03 3 Speed Manual Floor Shifter

Hello Guys,

I got my "new" 64 f100 from my grandfathers barn... after 20 years of sitting got her to pop right off.. well starting the rebuild and want to know if there is a floor shifter that will get the tree off the tree and open up the driver side for some pipes and get that 292 purring plus its just that much easier!.
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i think you want one of these....

Hurst 3-Speed Indy Pick-Up Truck Shifter - JEGS


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The Hurst Mastershifter is a lot more solid. I've found there is a lot more play in the Indy shifter or Mystery shifter. It's more money, but better.
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:-) thanks guys i didnt really know what would hook up to one of these trannys ... more of an engine guy but thanks again
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