Hurst Super Shifter parts.

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dowboy1970

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Does anybody know who might sell Hurst Super Shifter shim plates and Pivot pin assemblies?

Maybe someone can point me out to what is different in the pivot pin assembly?

I can tear into another shifter tomorrow and probably answer my own question but thought somebody might know right off the top of their head.

Thanks in advance FABO!
 
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The main issue is the pivot pin assembly.

Kinda a hard carriage bolt to source.

one shim plate is iffy but I think it will burn tires!!
 
More to come

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That is not like a Comp Plus at all.
 
Post # 1.

The main issue is the pivot pin assembly.

Kinda a hard carriage bolt to source.

one shim plate is iffy but I think it will burn tires!!
Im sorry, I shoulda read the whole post.
It seems to me everything was conventional except the "slot" in the shifter lever, and the small spring assembly.
That was a few years ago.
 
Yep, It is old!

I am gonna have to correct the pivot pin.
Google shows a variance, and parts are not available, I have a fix for this.

The existing shims should work but wanted to get it up to 100 while in there,

I figure this is the direction the hobby is going.
 
Yep, It is old!

I am gonna have to correct the pivot pin.
Google shows a variance, and parts are not available, I have a fix for this.

The existing shims should work but wanted to get it up to 100 while in there,

I figure this is the direction the hobby is going.

I didn't need parts, just cleaned and lubed, and mused over the "push-down", which I really liked .
Had a fella here a few yrs ago, couldn't get into reverse, lol
 
I didn't need parts, just cleaned and lubed, and mused over the "push-down", which I really liked .
Had a fella here a few yrs ago, couldn't get into reverse, lol
I could probably get away with that but the pivot bolt looks pretty crusty.

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I will pull a comp plus apart tomorrow to see What the difference is unless someone comes up with the info.

All the suppliers state that their kits work with the Super Comp but not the Super Shifter.
 
I’d call shifter doc, maybe they can source parts, don’t expect it to be cheap.
 
I have looked through their stuff.
Good source but not going or need to go that deep into this one.
 
Touch it to a grinder, see if it's hardened, I don't see any reason it need be special. jmo
Ordinary carriage bolt, if we're talking the same bolt ?
Good nite/luck .
It is not an ordinary carriage bolt. It is shanked and has mechanical parts riding on it.
 
I bet you could find one at the hardware store that has the right length shank, may have to cut the threaded part down the size. Use a hack saw and then belt sand / grind smooth
 
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