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Manual Shift Boot by fiero5150
Started on: 05-03-2014 01:47 PM
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Last post by: Rodney on 05-03-2014 05:19 PM
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I am replacing the Shift Boot but it will not remain anchored in place. The plastic posts that go into the holes in the shift assembly are a smaller diameter than the holes (the original boot is identical). Thus, the boot comes loose when the shifter is moved. What is used to hold the boot in place? Thanks.
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I'm not sure about the factory ones anymore, but I believe there is supposed to be a couple of nuts on the bottom to secure the ring. Rodney Dickman sells a replacement ring if you need one.
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The boot is secured with a couple of those sheet metal nuts that make their own threads as you thread them on. You might find some in the help section or Napa?

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