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  • Shifter Handle Set Screw - Repro ~ 1967 - 1973 Mercury Cougar - 1967 - 1973 Ford Mustang - 10459
  • Shifter Handle Set Screw - Repro ~ 1967 - 1973 Mercury Cougar - 1967 - 1973 Ford Mustang - 10459

Item #: 10459

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    Allen head set screw for all stock Ford automatic shifter handles on any 1967-73 Mercury Cougar or Ford including Mustang. Uses the same 3/32 inch allen wrench for attaching as the originals. Most handles take two of these set screws, one on the dummy button, and one to attach to the top of the shifter lever. The 1973 all chrome shift handle only uses one of these set screws. Original Ford part number 374985-S.

    Check out our video on rebuilding your shifter below:

    Specifications:
    Weight: 0.01 LBS
    (weight shown may be the dimensional weight)
    (5.00 out of 5 stars) Customer Rating based upon 2 Review(s).
    Tigard, Oregon

    Maybe somebody changed the shift handle?

    Material:
    Fit:
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    5.00 out of 5
    Pros:
    Cons:
    For whatever reason, this small but just screwed in and in and in until it disappears and the handle is still loose. My shifter has a deep bevel in it that makes me think it should have a longer screw. But this particular screw is just fine for a regular application.

    Melbourne, Australia

    Very Good

    Material:
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    5.00 out of 5
    Pros:
    • Easy%20fit
    Cons:
    • One%20part%20in%20poor%20condition.
    The parts all fitted correctly and after all these years still worked wonderfully well.

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