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Old 12-31-2007, 09:55 PM
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Does anyone have a lokar dash mounted shift indicator

Like this one ..


The one I'm looking for is for a C4 automatic. (I don't know if the display housings are all the same size)

If you could measure it's outside dimensions for me I'd appreciate it.
Lokar is closed until Wednesday, and I'm trying to lay out a customers dash. I could get a fair amount of work done before then if I knew the real outside dimensions.


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I have one for a 700R4, it looks the same from your pic, but I do not know about the size. I can't imagine them making different sizes though.


Cutout dimension is about 2-11/16" X 5/8", lip is about 1/16" all around
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Thanks Vince, the pic in my post is the stock image that I linked to on the Lokar website.

I can't imagine them making 2 different housing sizes either...

I looked at a friends display from a 700r4 kit and measured it...it measures the same as what you show. But, what's making me wonder is that the instructions and hole template that are packaged with the display unit are specific to a th350,400 and 700r4. You'd think if it was the same size bezel for all transmissions, the instructions would be listing "all" for the applications.


They do this to confuse me you know...


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