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FS: Leather Shift boots? Look here!!!

bobdole

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Installed: These are great quality. Thanks VR6eater
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VR6Eater

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Thanks for posting a pic. Just got home from picking up the gvr4 from Decatur and she will be working on getting more done tomorrow for those of you who haven't gotten them yet..
 

newpoppop

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that does look nice... how are you attaching them? I have the rubber accordion looking one on there now, I can't see any way of attaching this.. was thinking a wire bent to fit inside the groove underneath?? any ideas??
thanks

Chris
 

MellowVR4

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Pretty sure just punch four holes in the boot and screw into the existing boot ring on the bottom of the counsel.
 

blacksheep

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Quoting bobdole:
Installed: These are great quality. Thanks VR6eater
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Charles - I used to install it differently, The bottom of the leather boot goes inside the trim ring rather than around it. I am curious if the trim ring fits well when installed your way.

EDIT - Look up at ercp98's picture. That's what I meant.
 
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bobdole

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Mine is over top of the plastic trim. The plastic trim is still held in with the 4 screws. Everything is solid. Didn't have to modify anything to fit.
 

Blackwidow

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Dec 16, 2012
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Got Mine today also, 10 Minute install, looks fantastic. Thank you so much.

Everyone, if you have NOT bought 1 yet, what are you waiting for!

-B.
 

newpoppop

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Got mine yesterday, should be going in tomorrow...
looks beautiful. Tell your wife, Nice work...
thank you very much...

Chris
 

quicktsi

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Feb 24, 2011
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Payment sent. JNZ short shifter. Black with gray stitching. I included some extra to cover gray as it was not listed. If gray can not be had, black on black is fine.
 

VR6Eater

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Everyone's is hipped except for xeo. Hopefully my wife will find time to get it done this week. Also need to finish three EVO boots. Those are a lot harde to get right. Sorry for not responding. I won't be taking any orders until we are caught up. I want to make stock so this is easier on everyone.
 

quicktsi

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I received mine today with gray stitching, as requested. It is a much nicer piece compared to the tuners nation piece. Now I just need to get it installed.
 

5OF2k

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Received mine today, well worth the wait and DEFINITELY worth the cost. Wouldbuyagain!

-Jake
 

asmo

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how much for a evo one?
 
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