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Old 04-05-2014, 03:39 PM   #1
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Default Shift **** for 2014

Any recommendations for a shift **** for a 2014 (2011- 2014)? I would like it to be easy to install and keep the stock boot. Thank you for any feedback - especially based on personal experience.
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Old 04-05-2014, 03:52 PM   #2
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Love my Billet Retro Shift Knob!!

http://www.americanmuscle.com/black-...shiftknob.html

There were some bad reviews on the boot retainer but AM upgraded it. No issues after a month and 1000 miles.
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I know that www.cjponyparts.com also has a great selection of custom choices available.

I bought one there as my first mod and although it took a bit of time to come in (they build to order instead of keeping a bunch in stock), it was well worth the wait.
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Old 04-05-2014, 05:08 PM   #4
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I would recommend a better shifter under the **** first like the MGW. Ordered mine yesterday and going with their composite pony racing ****.
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Thanks for the great feedback. Looking for a nice shift **** with easy install. That one at AM looks good and easy to install as per guide on the site.
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Just for conversation's sake, here are UPR's shift *****.
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i got mine from speeddawg.com

used an ebay adapter for under the ball.

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Tough decision... Thanks for the great examples and links!
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Danielle, how did you manage to hide the circle black plastic that is left when removing stock ****? I put a boss shifter but my leather does not cover the base of my ****...
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Danielle, how did you manage to hide the circle black plastic that is left when removing stock ****? I put a boss shifter but my leather does not cover the base of my ****...
I have the 401a interior. From the factory I had the aluminum ball shift ****.
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