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I'm looking at getting a new shift ****, i really like the MGW race ****(w/ GT logo), but before i spend about $70 on it(seems kinda high) i'd like to see other options...I dont want to go the T-handle route, i'd rather stick to something like the MCW **** or cue ball style....So, let's hear what ya got!!
Also, i have the red interior, it would be nice to get a shift **** that matched the red. But i havent seen anything. Or even a red shift boot would look nice, if anyone makes one.....
Those guys have really nice leather. They are from poland so give it time to get to you.
I've gotten my armrest cover from them, but they totally messed up the shifter boot order.
I ordered a 4 panel red and black boot and they sent me a 2 panel one. Red on the right black on the left. looks like a clown boot .. lol luckly they agreed to give me 50 % off if I send it back.. what a rip off right ? lol
Thank god we americans fix our mess ups and other don't.. just make sure you specify in SUPER DETAIL what you want.. some people are slow lol
i dont want a jam nut that shows...i want a type of jam nut that holds the boot tight against the ball....
In that case, all you need to buy is a large washer (with a hole just larger than the shifter and overall diameter about 1/2" wider than boot opening.) and the appropriate sized nut. If they don't have black available, pick up a small can of satin black spray paint.
Pull shift **** off.
Put jam nut on.
Pull boot up from console.
Put washer inside of boot.
Slide washer over shifter, resting on jam nut.
Screw **** on to desired position.
Tighten jam nut up to shift ****.
Re-seat shift boot.
Of course, there's other ways, but this should work fine.
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