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    green1 Well-Known Member

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    Years ago, a fellow member showed cutting a slit in console shifter, in order not to go in neutral with a reverse pattern. Anybody remember it? Search doesn't find it.
     
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    why do you need it? you are pulling the shifter towards you to go from 1st to 2nd to 3rd.
     
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    My bad, not reverse shift.
     
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    You don't need the thread,, just look how yours works,, and add a slot..
     
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    You could do this if you have a welder or wanted to bolt something to the gate plate.

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    Add something to the top portion just ahead of your third gear position. First gear is on the left in the gate above.
     
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      Thanks, got it. That 69 Charger we restored, with a Dvorack 9.3 CR, and a Forte tranny kicks butt. Therefore the owner wants lock-been in pass seat when he went into neutral on 2-3 shift, rev limiters good thing.
       
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