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So I wanted to start this with showing pics of the new Barton shifter vs. the stock and the Hurst. I installed both the Hurst and the Barton all by myself. The Barton by far was the easiest on to install. Maybe it is the fact that I have done it before, but this time around it went much easier. You do not have to transfer the dust boots over to the Baron unlike the Hurst. I have not driven it yet, because I do not take it out in the salt. It feels much more solid. The centering spring is nice and firm without being too hard. There is still a little movement with the handle when in gear with the Barton, but no where near the Hurst. I did not have one problem with the dust boot on the Barton. I followed the instructions are it went together without a problem. I did not even grease the dust boot. Here are some pics

All three together.







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When I installed my Hurst I also bought some dynapad. So I figured might as well use it



My only problem was deciding what handle to use



My choice, for now



Can not what to drive her!!!!
 

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nice write up. you will love it, guarantee!
 

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I like your comparison of all three shifters in those pics. Looks like a clean install, you should be happy with the product.
 

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Where did you buy yours?
 

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If you're using that mopar round ball shifter, let me know if you have noise with it. I have some with mine.
 

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If you're using that mopar round ball shifter, let me know if you have noise with it. I have some with mine.
I've been using the Mopar handle with the barton for over a month and haven't noticed any difference in noise.

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