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Old 19 Feb 2013, 03:01 am
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Default Change stock to aftermarket shifter in 1991 accord lx?

I can't find an aftermarket shifter handle that has a button on the side like the stock one. Want to customize it but don't know where to go. Please help.
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Old 19 Feb 2013, 03:40 am
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its a cable cable actuated shift mechanism so i dont think youll find one really, not produced so much...

you could cut it or

you could cut it even more and thread it with a 'die'
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