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I'm in the process of pulling the motor from my 65 (taking to CVMS next month) and since I have the shifter out I would like to have it rebuilt. Other than replacing the nylon bushings on the shift rods is this something that can be done? If so, any recommendations?

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I'm in the process of pulling the motor from my 65 (taking to CVMS next month) and since I have the shifter out I would like to have it rebuilt. Other than replacing the nylon bushings on the shift rods is this something that can be done? If so, any recommendations?

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I believe you can send it to Hurst and they will rebuild it for you.
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If not Peter Serio can rebuild the entire shifter. Not cheap, but perfect.
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With the internal parts you can now buy from Inline Tube, one should be able to go through the Hurst shifter themselves. I used Butler Classics, years ago on a '70 shifter, the charge was around $200 shipped back to me, and that was with show quality rechroming of my handle.
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The current rates are about twice that....$350-$450 with new chrome.
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Ouch!

How do I contact Peter Serio?
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You can go to his web site and send him a message from there. He's doing a rally gauge set for me right now. Precision Pontiac Home Page
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