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Home made short throw?

Hey guys has anyone made their own, short throw shifter, for there
7thgen before? kinda curious.
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man just but a ss, don't try to cut out some of the shifter and wled it back it might cause binding
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just buy the revo ss
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hey yah i would never cut my shifter or whatever i was just curious to see what people have done to theirs? i look to see custom fab work.
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Not hard at all and you can use a small piece of pipe and JB weld. cut the shifter so there is about 3/4 of an inch still attached above the linkage. Grind/cut the othe side to desired size. Cram a piece of 1.5'' long 3/4'' pipe with JB weld and and put it on the bottom part then slide the top part in to the pipe. It sounds chinsy but I would trust it more than my welding. I have had it for 2 years and it is still solid.
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you got any pics of this? did it give shorter throw at all? im not sure i understand what exactly you did, did you just make the shifter fatter on the bottom?
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I will try to take pics this weekend.
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k thanks man
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I've had friends that have just cut their shifters really really short and they were happy w/ them
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