The Shifter fix, my way


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oldmopars
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The Shifter fix, my way

Post by oldmopars » Fri May 17, 2019 10:19 am



So, I know that there is a great shifter support out there for sale, and I know it is well built, does its job and is a reasonable price. However, I am broke. So, about 6 months ago I was at work (normally work remotely from home) and I had one of our Waterjet machines available to me. So, I drew up a shift support bracket and cut a few out.
I then ordered a used shift lever, cut it down and drilled out the splines to slip over the other lever.
At first when I installed it, I had a hex head bolt holding the support bracket, but I had not counter sunk it and it hit, so I took it off, drilled it out so that the bolt is flush with the bracket. Now it all works and it feels real solid.
Total cost to me, $12.



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Re: The Shifter fix, my way

Post by offcenter » Fri May 17, 2019 12:46 pm

Yankee ingenuity!
I love it!
Congrats!
George in Jersey.
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