Hurst Shifter Mechanism Tear Down

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  1. jonn6464

    jonn6464 1970 Duster FABO Gold Member

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    Hey FABO, hoping you can provide some guidance.

    I'm dis-assembling my Hurst shifter mechanism to clean and re-grease it. Will also be changing from a push in to bolt on.

    Got it down to the final stage, but need help to understand how to remove the last piece. I can see 2 roll pins, and have gently tried to tap them out, but there is no movement. I don't wanna hammer on them, so they won't get damaged. Also, I see 2 springs inside. What is the secret?

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    • Daves69

      Daves69 Well-Known Member

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      Not sure but I believe those may be pressed into blind holes on that shaft. See if you can run a smaller wire all the way through the hole.

      not that I recommend gas to clean with…….
       
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