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Hurst Billet Aluminum Shifter SticksBy: Hurst-Dale Dotson | 2019-06-05
In this video, Steve will introduce you to our trick new billet aluminum shifter sticks for your ride.
Hurst Competition/Plus Shifter: Hurst Pit Pack Install & Linkage AdjustmentBy: Hurst | 2019-05-30
Hurst Competition/Plus Shifter: Hurst Pit Pack Install & Linkage Adjustment.
Hurst Releases Pistol-Grip Quarter Stick For GM 4-Speed AutomaticsBy: Todd Veney | 2019-02-18
They're based on Hurst's 2- and 3-speed Quarter Stick race shifters and perfect for for 700R4, 4L60, 4L60E and 4L80E GM automatic transmissions.
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Back in 1958, when innovator George Hurst founded the company that bears his legendary name, he and his team were pioneering and designing a wide variety of performance products for the blossoming hot rod community, such as motor mount kits, performance shifters for both manual and automatic transmissions, disc brakes, custom wheels, line lock, the Jaws of Life, and much more.
For 60 years...
Hurst has been attached to some of America’s most legendary vehicles, such as the the Hurst OLDS/442, the Hemi Under Glass Barracuda, and even the only non-OEM official pace car of NASCAR. Over the years, Hurst has been the OEM shifter supplier for the Pontiac GTO, Plymouth Barracuda, Plymouth Super Bird, Ford Mustang Boss 302, Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 KR, Oldsmobile, AMC and the Dodge SRT-10 pick-up, just to name a few.
Hurst continues to develop industry leading performance products and carry out George’s original vision. Hurst’s latest, the Elite Series line of performance products for modern muscle cars, includes not only their world famous shifters, but also exhaust systems, wheels, springs, floor mats, and graphics. The Elite Series program allows customers to essentially build their own version of a classic Hurst car.