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Old 01-17-2012, 08:37 PM
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Does anyone know where I could get a billet aluminum shifter lever? It would be to replace the one on the column. It is kind of pitted, but I haven't found many choices for replacements. Thanks.
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Old 01-17-2012, 10:14 PM
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For the column? Nobody makes a billet replacement. Have to go to an all aftermarket column to do that.

Otherwise it's Dennis Carpenter or LMC for a reproduction.

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Ouch! I guess that would be like buying a car because the air was old in the tires on the one I had. Dennis Carpenters here I come (again).
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You know it couldn't hurt to take your old shift lever into a machine shop and ask... I've been surprised a couple times how willing and how fair priced a couple of my projects turned out.

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Why not replate the original?
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Might look on (or call up and ask) Bronco Graveyard, I know they have one for the floor-mounted shifters:

<img src="http://broncograveyard.com/images/catalog/NP435ALUMKNOB.JPG" width="300">



http://broncograveyard.com/bronco/i-...hift-****.html
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Might look on (or call up and ask) Bronco Graveyard, I know they have one for the floor-mounted shifters:

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4 Speed Billet Aluminum Shift ****
I believe the OP is asking about the entire column lever

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Oh, wow, the entire lever?

Sorry, nevermind (although you might call them and ask, IIRC they only fairly recently came out with this thing I listed above).
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