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Old 10-07-2008
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shifter question.

i was wondering if anyone took the rubber cover from the shift **** to the boot off of the shifter. if so what does it look like? i like the fx4, and wanna get one eventually, but i was curious.


EDIT: i just saw, it's one peice from the **** to the console. crap.

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You can cut it off but I'm sure it looks like crap. If you are looking for a FX4 shifter then good luck. I would just get a Hurst. It's the same thing.
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a Fx4 shifter and a Hurst are two completely different shifters. only things they share : chrome arm and a screw on ball. That's it. lol.
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