Correct shifter handle

Discussion in 'Manual Transmission & Clutch Discussions' started by Alex5280, Aug 12, 2017.

  1. Alex5280

    Alex5280 Well-Known Member

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    Hey Guys, I am looking for what I think is a #7926 round shifter handle that would have been in a 74' Duster. I have seen a few on ebay....but I don't really want to pay $350 or more for a handle, some even are asking as much as $499.99. Maybe that's what you have to pay if you want one???

    So if I can't find one at a reasonable cost...what is an alternative? One of these? I just hate that they went in a GM car.

    https://www.summitracing.com/parts/huu-5389016

    https://www.summitracing.com/parts/huu-5387438
     
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    You could split the difference and do this Brewer's Performance - Mopar A833 4-Speed Transmission and Component Specialists

    I love the 71-74 B body handle in my '74 Duster. Not original, but neither is the 4 speed.
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    Do you have a bolt in mechanism? I have some handles from the later 833OD transmissions. They're not the same as the A-body handle, but they're closer than any of those that you posted. I think they're all slip in handles though.
     
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    Thanks for the reply 72blunblu. I already have a B body non console pistol grip shifter. I am going to be racing the car and want Roll control, and adding it to a pistol grip shifter is really a difficult thing. I want to go with a ball shifter like this one with the button built in.....and that leaves me looking for something like a #7926 or something else close. Maybe I just have to pay.

    36394966501_6e1cce5671_o.jpg image1 by Alexl5280, on Flickr

    Of the two above I am leaning towards this one: https://www.summitracing.com/parts/huu-5387438
     
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