WTB Mopar 4 Speed Shifter Alignment Tool

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  1. plymouthbelvy

    plymouthbelvy Well-Known Member

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    Looking for this tool to align shifter.Thanks. 888743-138a3c68cd4a4eea8a453d9c04eead33.png 740259-cea62fbd18f04a541dbdf5efd6a20206.jpg
     
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    kiwigtx International Mod Staff Member FBBO Gold Member

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    just use a 1/4" bolt about 3" long.
    Worked for me.
     
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    • plymouthbelvy

      plymouthbelvy Well-Known Member

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      Hello.Thanks.I am looking for this tool specifically.
       
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      Stanton Well-Known Member

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      Waste of money unless you want it for nostalgic reasons !!
       
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          good luck
           
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          YY1 Well-Known Member

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          I believe I used a drill bit.
           
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          • hunt2elk

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            Somehow you have a pic of my tool on my work bench :poke:. I do use it, but agree with the others that it surely isn't necessary. I have seen them come up on ebay before. C-3951 if you need the #.
             
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              I was also wondering if that tool is still available.
              The reverse lever on my factor shifter #6353 does not have an alignment hole.
              Just the 1/2 and 3/4 levers are drilled.


              The picture shows a aftermarket Hurst Competition Plus shifter on the right, which the reverse lever is drilled. The one on the left is the factory Hurst shifter #6353, which the reverse levers were not drilled.

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              • plymouthbelvy

                plymouthbelvy Well-Known Member

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                Yes.This is what I have as well.No hole in the reverse to put anything through all three to line them up. Thanks.
                 
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                plymouthbelvy Well-Known Member

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                Someone sent me this pic on a post I had last month on how to align the shifter arms. Im trying to find one.Thanks.
                 
              • hunt2elk

                hunt2elk FBBO Gold Member FBBO Gold Member

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                I see. It works just as well if you pull all 3 levers back so they are flush with the notch in the shifter housing. Then you don't have to worry about the missing hole in the one lever.
                 
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