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Old 07/27/04, 06:42 PM   #1
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toploader install questions

I have my toploader and am ready to put it in. What other parts do I need, adaptor and shifter, anything else? Also where can I buy these parts or where is the best place to buy them? The adaptors about priced about the same but the shifter is over $300 at James Duff, huge price increase from their catalog. Anybody have any experiences from where they bought these parts for their toploader? Does Hurst make a shifter and if they do does anyone have the part number for it? Any response is greatly appreciated.
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Old 07/27/04, 08:39 PM   #2
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The James Duff kit is a Hurst with JD lable. It seems to be the most popular kit and the best. I bought the JD kit used off from a fellow member, but have not installed it yet. I plan on installing it this next winter. When you order, I would call the company and talk to a rep. and have him explain his kit. and if you look in some of the past post in the forum you will find a lot of information that you will find helpful.

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Old 07/28/04, 07:45 AM   #3
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On mine I use the hurst 3 speed adapter and just bolt a 4 speed shifter to it the center pc. is a stock bronco that has been machined for the 4 speed. Need's a hole drilled for ths shift rail to mive in and the 4 speed bearing is bigger than the 3 speed so a little machine work and it all go's good. It's been working since 74 good luck. Bill
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