Gear shifter grip

Discussion in 'Challenger Interior Modifications' started by Bogeyman, Sep 13, 2019.

  1. Bogeyman

    Bogeyman New Member

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    Does anyone know if the oem pistol grip off a 2014 srt challenger m6 will bolt up to a 2016 Challenger
    scatpack m6? Do not really like the ball and still want it to look factory.
     
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    So, the REAL Pistol Grip (Hurst) requires the HURST Shifter

    The 2010 ( and I am pretty sure, the 2014's were a rod that fit into a SLOT in the back of the factory shifter.
    The Hurst Pistol Grip (and the '70's) bolted to the SIDE.
    As did the Hurst BALL.

    Guess what I am saying is pull the console and look :)

    I'll have to look for the Factory Shifter pic's

    HEMI-Hurst-2010-1070.jpg

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    This is the 2010:
    And DON'T forget the CABLE :)

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    You notice THIS Hurst shifter supports BOTH the Factory and the side flat style.
    And the shorter throw of the Hurst is worth it.
     
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    Yes, I have heard good reviews on that one,
    and would probably help my 2-3 shift on the track,

    But I like my Ol' School look :)

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