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Old 02-27-2012, 07:28 AM   #1
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Hurst Universal T-Handle Shift Knob - $20

Selling a Hurst Universal T-Handle shift knob in excellent condition! It was used for a very short time (less than a month) and includes all adapters, instructions & loctite, and is still in original packaging. It states it will fit Firebird, Mustang, Honda, Mazda RX-7 and Toyota. I had this on my 05 Tacoma. Asking $20 shipped to any of the 48 states (not Hawaii or Alaska). I would be willing to send to Hawaii, Alaska and Canada, but that would be an increase in price, due to the extra cost of shipping. Payment by PayPal as a gift. If interested, please PM me. - SOLD: March 2012
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Old 02-28-2012, 08:57 AM   #4
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Those were the shit way back in my day (70s).
We used to take the real ones and make a mold and cast copies in high school metal shop. Then clean them up polish them and then drill and tap the hole in it.
Ahh the good ole days.
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Anyone still make a pistol grip style?
I rocked the Hurst "T" in my Camaro for years, but I'm worried about my knee hitting it in the Taco.
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I have one of those, but i'm missing the adapters. Very cool looking!

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Old 03-08-2012, 09:53 AM   #14
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What made you take it off? I had one of these that I used on 2 previous Tacoma's, only it was chrome and had red in it instead of the black background.
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Selling a Hurst Universal T-Handle shift knob in excellent condition! It was used for a very short time (less than a month) and includes all adapters, instructions & loctite, and is still in original packaging. It states it will fit Firebird, Mustang, Honda, Mazda RX-7 and Toyota. I had this on my 05 Tacoma. Asking $20 shipped to any of the 48 states (not Hawaii or Alaska). I would be willing to send to Hawaii, Alaska and Canada, but that would be an increase in price, due to the extra cost of shipping. Payment by PayPal as a gift. If interested, please PM me.
If it works on the automatic (all of them I see are for manual only), I'll take it.
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If it works on the automatic (all of them I see are for manual only), I'll take it.
Not sure it will work on automatic. It doesn't have the button on it. I will check it when I get home just to be sure.
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