Don't know enough to speak about differences. I am using the Quick Silver shiftier in mine and am very happy with it.
Me too, had it in my last one(71 Nova) also.:yes:Don't know enough to speak about differences. I am using the Quick Silver shiftier in mine and am very happy with it.
I have used both.My son wants to give me a shifter for my 72 it is a late fathers day present but I am undecided on which shifter . I think I have it narrowed down to two the B&M pro stick or the B&M pro ratchet.Car is in body shop now getting painted so I am trying to get my parts list together to put car back together and get it road ready.I am not sure of the difference between these two shifters or which one would be better for a weekend cruiser .I am open to all comments and suggestions, pro's and con's of each shifter, Car has bucket seats
it is a forward pattern trannyI have used both.
IF your tranny is NOT a reverse shift tranny go with the Pro-Stick, the Pro-Ratchet is a P.I.T.A. to use on the street.
HOWEVER, if your tranny IS a reverse shift tranny you don't have too many choices. You will have to go with the Pro-Ratchet.
PLUS the Pro-Stick costs less than the Pro-Ratchet.
I believe all B&M shifter KITS come complete with ALL the necessary hardware and switches.With a quick silver shifter does it have 4 detents also the pro ratchet and pro stick included, if you put it in low does it move 3 positions forward to drive and is there a indicator showing all 4 positions forward or does first and second gear stay in the same position? Looking at B&M's website the quick silver maybe more street friendly because it includes neutral saftey switch and back up switch.Sorry for all the questions I am not familiar with after market shifters.