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Re: [oletrucks] More Shift lever location.

To: Mark Self <markself@discover.net>
Subject: Re: [oletrucks] More Shift lever location.
From: J and M Street <jmstreet@earthlink.net>
Date: Sat, 10 Jun 2000 08:18:16 -0700
I don't have the dimensions but Lokar and Gennie both make a shift levers for
TH350's that resemble the old manual sticks. They have the bend in them that
work well with bench seats. Lokar is kinda spendy but the quality and service is
excellent. I sent them an old one I had to be re-configured and they sent me
back a brand new one and only charged me $50.00

Jeff Street
Seattle, WA
'55-2 short/step "Street's Rod-project"

Mark Self wrote:

> I guess my question wasn't very clear.  I want my interior to appear as
> nearly stock as possible.  So the question is:
> Any of you guys with original manual floor shifts, what are the measurements
> for the hole in your transmission cover (distance from the front of the
> trans cover to center of shifter hole and distance from drivers side of
> trans cover to center of hole)?  Also how long is the stock floor shift
> lever?
> Thanks in advance
> ====================
>             Mark Self
>          Redlands, CA
>    '55 1st 5-window 3100
>    "Sentimental Journey"
> ====================
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