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Actually do this for 2 reasons. 1. The shift lever looks and functions GREAT. And 2. Some out there don't know what a Bullitt sounds like stock and George did a great job of running one up through the first 4. Go to his site and download the "shifter lever in action" video. You won't be disappointed. I am keeping this around just cause it is a Bullitt fix when I can't go drive the car.
AWESOME GEORGE!!
(don't forget the speakers when you watch...that is the best part)

http://www.mgwltd.com/mustang_shift_handle.html


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Beautiful, that just made my morning....I gotta go out and drive now...
 

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That was some great footage!

I am just wondering though...how well does that hex screw hold the shaft in place. I would hate to be driving then all of sudden, wham....it would start moving up and down.

That was my only concern....I am still ordering one....

Paul G.
 

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the lopcking screw is a 5/16 size very beefy and you will be able to really get on it. also it has a nylon locking patch on the screw to keep it from vibrating loose.

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That's all I needed to know!

Thx George!

Great stuff!

Paul G.
 
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