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Barton, Hurst or Stock manual shifter?

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  • Hurst

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Hurst or Barton short shifter? or leave it stock because the benefits (if any) of either don't justify the cost.
 

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Hurst or Barton short shifter? or leave it stock because the benefits (if any) of either don't justify the cost.
I have a Hurst, it was set out to be modified. The Hurst were having reliability problems at the time Barton came on board about a year or 18 months later. Many guys here went that route. You can do some research on here that will help you. Good luck..
 

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I've had both - the Barton has my vote.

having the options to use stock shift handle or Barton's optional ones gives flexibility as well
 
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Well thanks to the OP I just spent $514 on a Barton. Looks sold me..........silver stick, red letters with white knob in red engraving
 
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I bought a Barton after doing some reading on line. Very happy with it; I have a couple of years with it now. It's a big improvement over the original shifter. I haven't messed with the Hurst at all, so can't comment on that one.

Cheers!

JD
 

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When i bought mine it had a hurst. Am i impressed? Nope. But i doubt id spend the 500 bucks to put a barton in it. Maybe if i was young and still street raced. But those days are in my past.
 
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