up for grabs is my F23 shifter, I designed and "built" this myself, it uses stock Isuzu cables which are included, they are about 7 year old RD units, with almost no use, I didn't drive the car much, but it does work fine. it is kinda adjustable, there are two holes for the shift movement, which can allow for shorter or longer throws. Why am I selling it? I'm planning on making a better setup that's more compact, and more out of the way of my turbo kit, this setup wan't packaged well for my needs. I'm asking $150, please keep in mind that this is almost $200 worth of cables that are in functionally new condition, I'll probably keep them on the shelf for anything less.https://rodneydickman.com/p...o.php?products_id=68
it was installed on my 3500 F23 swap. you can see the cable routing here:
it will bolt on and fit.
replacement parts are easy enough to come by because it uses stock cables.
it's UGLY. I made this before I really knew what I was doing with a welder, so the welds aren't pretty, but it should hold together.
the pin holding the shift arm is welded to the shift arm, so it requires swapping the shift mechanism from the transmission, which isn't hard, but it means that if the shift mech fails, welding will be required to remove and replace the shift arm. that being said, it's not very likely that the mechanism will break.
it could use a bit of paint love.
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