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Old 08-09-2005, 01:25 PM   #1
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Default standard for shift *****?

This will seem like an odd question, but, is there a standard for shift *****? I am mostly asking for the gated shifter style where it'* just a handle with no button. I ask because there are Lexus shift ***** I'd really like to put on my Aurora, but, I do not know if there is a standard so basically any **** that is meant for a gated shifter will fit or not. I'd think that it would fit but I'm not sure. any ideas?

This is the shift **** btw:


My stock shift ****:

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the Lexus shifter has black leather. Will that look odd in my light colored interior? I can't seem to find any of the same **** in a neutral color. :(


EDIT: Why is it editing out SHIFT? hmm.
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You need one with a button to release the shifter to move.
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You need one with a button to release the shifter to move.
the Aurora doesn't have a button.
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EDIT: Why is it editing out SHI FT? hmm.
Because you forgot the f... I fixed it already.


No button? I'd guess you'd just have to ensure the rod diameter and attachement point/method. They make plenty of "universal" *****, so I'm sure a standard exists. But does everyone actually use it?
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Default Re: standard for shift *****?

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EDIT: Why is it editing out SHI FT? hmm.
Because you forgot the f... I fixed it already.


No button? I'd guess you'd just have to ensure the rod diameter and attachement point/method. They make plenty of "universal" *****, so I'm sure a standard exists. But does everyone actually use it?
They make adapters for the "universals". Basicially, it'* just a plastic ring that makes up the difference between the **** and the rod..... immature giggle upon re-reading that...
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