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Old 07-28-2003, 23:59   #1 (permalink)
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AU T-bar into EF

Hey all...

Any way of fitting an AU T-bar and handle into an EF?

I'm very much in love with my AU momo wheel, a shifter to go with it would be great...

I know the mounting method is different (i.e. screw location), but would there be any way to either drill a new mounting hole into the stalk (or exchange the EF and AU stalk), and will lock release lever/button still work?

I know i could try it by myself, but i was hoping that someone who'd had the lever selector apart would be able to tell me if/how it could be done...

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Re: AU T-bar into EF

I have both - a spare AU shifter and an EF Auto. When i changed the shifter in the EF (and the AU), I noticed that the mechanisms work on the same principle, but are quite different. BUT, Falkeen has a BA shifter in an AU, so anything's possible, I guess.
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Thanks JC.

Doesn't sound like it's anything simple, it might be cheaper to get the shifter trimmed at an auto trimming place... Been quoted $90 odd to trim it, which is a bit less than an AU Momo one.

Will look into that i think...
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