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'03+ Level II shifter boot....

anyone know the part # for it? I need a new one for my Level II shifter arm.

Depending on the price, I might get an aftermarket boot from Wayne, but I would prefer to get a stocker.......
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Not Ranger related, and not quite helpful. But this is what I did on my Mustang, I'm not real familiar with the Ranger setup when it comes to Shiftboots, but I'm sure something similar could be rigged.

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don't really like that......
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I noticed mine get kind of stiff in the cold, I was afraid they would rip so I lathered them up really well with some leather conditioner. Just be careful of it.
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Crap. I was going to grab it last night. I'll try to remember.
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Not Ranger related, and not quite helpful. But this is what I did on my Mustang, I'm not real familiar with the Ranger setup when it comes to Shiftboots, but I'm sure something similar could be rigged.

Ha ha! Wouldn't work to well for offroading. Some people don't like to mix water with their whiskey...
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6L5Z7210BA thats the part number for the shifter itself and the boot comes with it but the ball has a different part number so i think you have to get one made like you want i can get you a pic if you need one
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i just got off the phone with the dealership and you can get the boot seperate for $40........but i might try and make mine work first.....
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did they give you a part number bc im converting mine pretty soon or do i just need to call them and they will know what im talking about?
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ahhh converting to a manual or just the Level II shifter?

shifter boot part #: 4L5Z7277AA
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just the shifter i won't get a truck unless its manual thanks for the part number
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