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Old 11-20-2006, 10:01 PM   #41
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Are you switching to the floor shifter?
nope, to much of a PITA
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Are you switching to the floor shifter?
nope, to much of a PITA
i dont mind the column shift, also not have its on the console leaves room for Switches and other mods
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nope, to much of a PITA
im pretty sure that you are wrong on this.....as with some research you will find that it is super easy
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Old 11-20-2006, 10:11 PM   #45
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Are you switching to the floor shifter?
nope, to much of a PITA
im pretty sure that you are wrong on this.....as with some research you will find that it is super easy
i really dont want to pull the steering column

and bill didn't want to pulll it from the yard. so i know its more work then i want to do on my own with less tools and less help

If you want to get a column for me and help me put it in sure, but after looking at it, it looks a bit harder then doing the dash

Unless theres something im missing here... ?
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Think about it, bandit....the lack of the shifter lever makes it easier for her to climb over the console.
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JDB...very true!
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its a different colum, which comes off with 5 bolts, and its a different shifter cable....i really dont see what is hard with that
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Think about it, bandit....the lack of the shifter lever makes it easier for her to climb over the console.
Why? The doll can fold, bend, and deflate. I don't think the console shifter will be a issue....






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I just had to change the column in mine, and it really isn't too hard. You don't even need to crawl under the car to unbolt the coupling from the rack. The only thing you would really need to worry about (and it isn't much of a worry) is a new key/resistor combo. But all I had to do was to take the pellet out of the donor column key and replace it with the pellet from the old column key. Works like a charm!

Oh yeah, and *maybe* having to take the wheel off and back on for positioning purposes. I found my new columns wheel is off about 10* from center.
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