new shifter knob thoughts

Discussion in '94-95 5.0 - Specific' started by eliyarbrough, Feb 5, 2007.

  1. eliyarbrough

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    I want to buy a new shifter knob. My car has Overdrive but I never not use it. I am always in OD, I mean. I see UPR has one I like. It is Part #: # 1059-08. It has an additional OD relocation button, Part #: # 1059-11. Would I have to buy the OD button as well? Please tell me if I would need to! Thanks!!
     
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    not sure bud, more likey yes, i would just re wire it to a button in the center console
     
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    you could just not hook one up if you dont want to :dunno:
     
  4. eliyarbrough

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    Sorry, I am not playing with a full deck. So I would not have to buy the relocation button? I get asking numerous questions and I am unsure which one is answered!
     
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    I see the UPR shifter on my friends' 94 GT auto and I
    liked it too.I would go for it if you don't plan on doing
    the T-5 transmission swap.
     
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    Before I swapped my aode for the T5, I was going to swap my 94 shifter for the 96+ shifter (because the o/d button is in a different place) and put a 5 spd boot to cover the auto shifter. You can do it like this guy did http://www.allfordmustangs.com/Detailed/45.shtml , or just use the 96+ shifter with the o/d button already on the stick and put a boot on it.