Join Date: Jan 2000
Location: San Francisco, CA
seriouly, you might have the wrong shifter. I had this problem in a Chevelle once, you can adjust the throw a little on the shifter. There are two adjustment screws on the base of the shifter, but it's hell trying to adjust it in the car. You also have some leverage in the shifter rods, you can twist them in and out to give you a few inches there as well. If your using worn or plastic bushing on your shifter rods, I suggest a metal "pit kit", hurst puts one out. Sometimes you generate some slack there. I figured it out by putting the car up on 4 stands, getting underneath while a friend ran through the gears, and trial and error adjustments. Hurst does have different angle shift handles, but like everything from Hurst- not cheap.