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MPD Racing 084000 Positive Lock Shifter Kit

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MFG. Part #:
084000
Overall Height:
5.75
Overall Width:
4.00
Overall Thickness:
1.13
Center to Center:
1.38
MPD Racing 084000 Positive Lock Shifter Kit

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Anodized and spring loaded lever securely locks car into gear. Lever is bolted to mounting plates that are welded to chassis. Works with most rear-ends and 40" cable is suitable for most sprint cars and midgets. Cable sold separately.

Center of pivot to center of hole at bottom of arm is 1-3/8".

The shifter is 5.75" tall, 4" wide and 1.125" thick 

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I'm thinking of using this for a parachute release. I can't figure out what sort of travel I might get, however, because there are no dimensions for this part. What is the length of the arm from the pivot point to the bottom clevis?

landspeedracer
Seguin, TX
January 22, 2012

I'm thinking of using this for a parachute release. I can't figure out what sort of travel I might get, however, because there are no dimensions for this part. What is the length of the arm from the pivot point to the bottom clevis?

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January 23, 2012
Jason
Center of pivot to center of hole at bottom of arm is 1-3/8". The shifter is 5.75" tall, 4" wide and 1.125" thick
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Hello, I have a Bob Trosle sprint car (super comp) and I'm going to install a power glide in for street use. I like this shifter because of it's size , I would have to cut the detents for all the gears. Do you have a similar shifter that is set up for a glide that you think would be better for this use? Thanks for your time, Mike, St. Paul MN

Mike
South St. Paul mm
August 09, 2016

Hello, I have a Bob Trosle sprint car (super comp) and I'm going to install a power glide in for street use. I like this shifter because of it's size , I would have to cut the detents for all the gears. Do you have a similar shifter that is set up for a glide that you think would be better for this use? Thanks for your time, Mike, St. Paul MN

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August 11, 2016
Eric
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We do have a shifter that is made for a Powerglide under part #910-21954, but it does not have a detent system.
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