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Old 01-24-2004, 10:12 PM   #1
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I was just wondering if anyone has found any shift ***** that would fit my car (automatic transmission)? If so where? I'm not sure if there really is such thing, but I thought I'd check. And what about racing pedals? Thanks.
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racing pedals are very easy to do
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I was just wondering if anyone has found any shift ***** that would fit my car (automatic transmission)? If so where? I'm not sure if there really is such thing, but I thought I'd check. And what about racing pedals? Thanks.
Any particular style you're looking for? If so shoot me a pic of them & I'll give you my price for them. I've got access to just any & all manufacturers of accessories right now. *Toucan, Autotechnica, APC, RE Works, etc...*
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ahh...very cool, see that'* my problem though, i don't know where to even start looking to know which type i'd like. any websites that you would recommend?
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ahh...very cool, see that'* my problem though, i don't know where to even start looking to know which type i'd like. any websites that you would recommend?
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I'm not sure about the racing pedal, but it seems like my brother is always finding interesting shift ***** for all of his various vehicles on eBay...
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The problem with the shift ***** is the Bonneville Auto uses a different diameter shaft than most other "common" Automatics. I seen people having to "shim" the Bonneville shaft or **** to get it to work.
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The problem with the shift ***** is the Bonneville Auto uses a different diameter shaft than most other "common" Automatics. I seen people having to "shim" the Bonneville shaft or **** to get it to work.
Yeah, see that'* what I'm worried about--I'm not so into the idea as to want to do some major shimming and reworking. I may just forget about it for now, and deal with finding one in the very distant future.
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try all those brands that Rat listed...and search the web for the cheapest price.
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Ya know.... A little JB Weld and you could have a Coors Tap Handle shifter.
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