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[WTB] Hurst mounting bracket
Hey guys,

Im looking For the mounting bracket for the Hurst shifter on my 4 speed toploader. P/N is supposed to be D1ZZ-7E046-B.

Any idea where i can find it, or if i dont have the right P/N ?
If your car has a 351 then the D1ZZ-7E046-B (D1ZA-7E046-BA) would be the correct bracket. It's a 71-73 part but rarely seen for sell. If a 71 and 429 powered then D1ZZ-A would be the bracket you need. But with one year fitment finding one involves a lot of luck! We have two Vender/Forum members who have parts cars and would be a good place to start. (Don @ Ohio Mustang Supply and Mike @ Motor City Mustang). If they don't have anything then I would try West Coast Cougars. https://secure.cougarpartscatalog.com/d1zz-7e046-b.html

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No Officer...I really don't know how fast I was going, my speedometer stopped at 140!
I have a friend that has a large collection of 4 speeds and lots of parts I'll look to see if he has one and get back to you.

Going fast is fun but life is short so slow down and enjoy the ride Big Grin Frank
Give Dan Williams a call. He has some shifter parts and any toploader part you need. http://www.toploadertransmissions.com/to...rinfo.html

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Yeah exactly, its a 351.

I will look with these guys mention above, but as you said, it is rarely ss it for sale.
Ive found one on ebay at 200$, it way too much for a machined plate, some guys try to make money ...

Thanks !
Steve, what is the difference between D1ZZ-7E046-B & (D1ZA-7E046-BA) ?
erikroy57;288275 Wrote:Steve, what is the difference between D1ZZ-7E046-B & (D1ZA-7E046-BA) ?

erikroy57, the D1ZA-7E046-BA is the engineering number assigned by the design/powertrain engineers for assembly plant use and later for parts ID. After being released by the engineers for service part use, Parts and Service division assigns part numbers to each part and places them in the parts system. In most cases the part # and the ID # closely resemble each other. Such as the D1ZZ-7E046-B plate you need.

It's been awhile since I owned a 4sp car so I don't really have a good ideal what kind of $$ these parts are worth. The sources posted above all sound good and someone may have what you need. The one posted by West coast Cougars shows $134.87
I checked the listings for 70-73 Torino/Gran Torino which also used a Hurst shifter, but the plate is different.


No Officer...I really don't know how fast I was going, my speedometer stopped at 140!
I called my friend with all the 4speed stuff and he's going to see what he has but He cautioned that he didn't think he had one but would look and get back to me.

Going fast is fun but life is short so slow down and enjoy the ride Big Grin Frank
Thanks Frank !
I have one off a factory 4 speed car-with the ford shifter-but IIRC they will work with the Hurst set up. I'll take a look and see if I can locate it among my parts-if it will work for you, I'll be gentle Wink

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