Thanks! Yes, I'm thinking it probably is shorter shifter specific. With OE knob height, the frame provides a visual base that keeps the boot proper from seeming overly tall. A nice thing about the shorter boot is I could hear the excess material in the OE boot rub against itself during shifts. That's gone now .XBinRochester said:Definitely looks good with your shorter shifter.
Frisky Biskit said:Nice clean work! BTW- I get tickled with all this short shifter stuff coming from the days of Hurst 4 speeds with T-handle shifters. To an old guy like me- the stock shifter is short throw.
Thanks -- a sewing machine came in handy with the boot panels, but I had to hem the shifter opening by hand.Hellen4Wheels said:x2. I had a '69 Road Runner with a Herst T-shifter four speed. Whole other world.
Phobic said:whats the button on the right of the shifter for?
Not actually a button, but yes, it comes with the Scion Security accessory. It contains an LED for security status and a microphone for the included glass break sensor.gr8scape said:It says Security.