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    FS: Rebel Racing Raised Shifter Tunnel - NOS

    Purchased from Rebel a few years ago and didn’t end up using. The following is off their website:

    “Professionally fabricated center tunnel re-positions any stock shifter or Rennshifter by raising it 4 inches and
    moving it back 4 inches. This brings the shifter to an ideal location close to the steering wheel, minimizing hand
    movement and reach for all gear selections. The tower includes all fastening hardware, weld on blind nuts, and
    a provision to relocate the parking brake if desired. A straight shift lever is recommended when using this tower,
    you can bend a stock lever straight or purchase one of our machined billet levers. We can say with confidence
    that this setup provides the best shifting experience you have ever thought possible from a 65-89 chassis.
    *Note that the stock tunnel must have a 1.5 inch wide by 7 inch long slot cut into it from the rear coupler opening
    extending forward allowing for shift linkage rod clearance.”

    New these are 300.00 Selling for 200.00 + fees & shipping.
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    Weekend bump....

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    Weekend bump...

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    another weekend bump

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