It says Win High Transmission Syracuse New York on it. Anyone have any info on these? A friend has one in his speedster. I've never heard of one.
Are you sure it doesn't say "Twin High"?
It could be - I have not seen it personally.
It sounds like it's the mirror image of a Ruckstell. Instead of straight through and low it has straight through and high. Is that correct?
Yes, that is the Twin High trans mounted version, later the company brought out a rear axle mounted 6 speed, called the Twin High Hi-Low.
This is the car version, and the owner verified that it indeed says "Twin High" on the case.
Hey wait a minute!!!!
I've seen that shifter before
Disclaimer: I have no connection to seller or poster, but do have a bit too much time on my hands!!!!!!!
Quite a catch Kevin F!!!!!!!!
I do hope the person that needs it can get that thing.
I wonder if there are any Twin Hi, Hi-Lo TT transmissions in captivity. If so, somebody might be looking for this. It would be a waste to use it for anything else...not a Rocky Mountain, Universal, Ruckstell, etc. It would require modification in order to work...and probably destroy the unique function of the device in the process.
I too am getting a bit of cabin fever.
It was either post here or I was going to post on the "I'm done with the forum thread"
By the way what do you call a pig taking karate lessons?
A pork chop!!!!
I do hope someone with a Twin High transmission reads this thread and gets that shifter before it times out. Over 45 years in this hobby and I have never seen one.