Shifter brace

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Shifter brace

Post by digr »

I made my own brace to save some money, I figure I made about 50 cents per hour :shock:

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Post by virgilmobile »

Looks good.
I know about the labor cost.I think I lost money making mine way back in 2011.viewtopic.php?f=6&t=9365
Different design but has the same results.Secure the shifter shaft from lateral movement by supporting the shaft at 2 points.One at the block and the other on the opposite side of the torque lever.
Works Everytime.Stops the flagpole wobble.
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Post by AZgl1800 »

That earned you a Bookmark in the Index I keep.

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Post by CrystalPistol »

Looks like it'll do the trick.

Made mine in '14, buddy liked it, told buddy it was worth ordering his.
I used 1.1417" or 29mm and 0.6299" or 16mm.

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