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Old 03-09-2014, 11:37 AM
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Tci shifter mount

Hi guys i need to mount my shifter on a curved trans tunnel does anyone have any pics of a good mount ...thanks

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what design shifter?

My ProStick is on custom pedestal mount I built so I can reach the shifter easier.

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If it's their cable shifter, why not look at your tunnel then fab something up as Crosley did with his cable shifter. If you want it to be fancy - wide open for whatever you design. Rudimentary - bolt it to the floor. Heck, even the Lokar rod shifters can be 'fancied' up such as what I did:





A block of wood, a couple pieces of aluminum, some vinyl sewn into boots and all screwed to the floor with SS fasteners and it's done.

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