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B&M 81002 Console Hammer Automatic Transmission Shifter Assembly fits Mustang

Auto Trans Shifter Assembly

Console Hammer Automatic Transmission Shifter Assembly

Console Hammer Automatic Transmission Shifter Assembly; Ratchet 3/4-Speed;


SPECIFICATIONS:
  • Automotive Item Grade: High Performance
  • Backup Light Switch: Yes
  • Cable Included: No
  • Cover Included: Yes
  • Finish: Polished Aluminum Handle and Black Boot and Plate
  • Indicator Light Included: Yes
  • Material: Aluminum Handle and Black Plastic Console Plate
  • Mechanism: Ratchet
  • Neutral Safety Switch Included: Yes
  • NHRA Accepted: Yes
  • Position: Console
  • Shift Lever Length: 10.000 in.
  • Trans Model: fits Ford- AOD (Auto) 4 Speed
  • Type: Street
  • WARNING CA Proposition 65: No

FEATURES:
  • Full Ratchet Action Mechanism
  • Positive Upshifts/Downshifts
  • Comfortably Fits Hands
  • Factory Cables Utilized
  • Cables Retain Factory Interlock

The Hammer console shifter is a direct-fit for all 1987-93 fits Mustangs. This just may be the most comfortable and versatile shifter available for your Pony. The unique design of the shift handle easily fits all sizes of hands providing the appropriate wrist angle and feel when shifting. The multi-position lockout trigger is spoon-shaped for easy operation in a multitude of grip positions and controls the reverse lockout feature, meeting NHRA/IHRA safety rules. It features a smooth positive ratchet action, which only allows you to shift one gear at a time, so you'll never have to worry about missing a gear from over-shifting. Other safety features include a backup light switch, neutral safety switch and illuminated gear position indicator. The result is a shifter that is perfect for all new generation vehicles and street rods where style is not just form, but function. Shifter includes all necessary hardware, console plate, boot, shift handle and detailed instructions for an easy at home installation. Note: Fits C4 and AOD transmissions in 1987-93 fits Mustang consoles. Shifter re-uses the factory shift cable. Use with a C4 transmission requires optional installation kit #81020

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