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Old 12-11-2011, 09:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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FORD 203 205 doubler! cable setup from J.B.FAB

Hey guys i got a doubler and Jon at J.B. Fab built a nice cable triple stick setup with sweet knobs thats are laser etched saying front rear high low and range low high. great fab quality and friendly service go check him out at jbfad.net or search him on pirate and p.m him heck call him even number is on his site! o ya best part made in U.S.A. worth the money for quailty and service.

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Old 12-12-2011, 09:03 AM   #2 (permalink)
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there is no info on his site about doubler or triple shifters... is this a kit he's making?

what/who's adapter does it fit/work with?

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Old 12-12-2011, 09:21 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Yes, more info please?
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agreed, especially if he is a local boy
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This is cool. I was gonna make a cable shifter for the range box because I hate what I have on it right now (rod welded to shifter flap thing), but this is way better for all three. I'll be calling this guy since he's only half an hour from here.
Thanks for posting some useful tech... it's refreshing.
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Old 12-12-2011, 05:23 PM   #6 (permalink)
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ok yes guys he doesnt have it on the site yet i was the first and in was just last week the start of december. he is lagit i was at his shop he is real not fake, he makes shifters not adaptors and does all kinds of linkage and cable style shifters. for all types of cases he will be more than happy to answer your question just call 1-503-749-3099.

The cable setup up in the pic is for a doubler 203 205 ford style, im running a stazworks adaptor. j.b fab made the whole shifter setup linkage with stanless steel hardware and heavy cables full billet box you can mount under the rig or inside the rig its nice looking and very functional. he does the work by himself he his only one guy so he doing his best to get his site up with all the info.

serach j.b fad here on pirate he will come up look at his pages with many shifters hes made read his feed back. hes a nice guy and im just here trying to help out the local guy who makes U.S.A made parts!
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This is cool. I was gonna make a cable shifter for the range box because I hate what I have on it right now (rod welded to shifter flap thing), but this is way better for all three. I'll be calling this guy since he's only half an hour from here.
Thanks for posting some useful tech... it's refreshing.
X2 on this, to the OP any idea on pricing on this set up?
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Old 12-13-2011, 02:25 PM   #8 (permalink)
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not sure what it cost pm him or call he will tell you.
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trying to get to this guy... no email responses yet. I emailed him the NWF doubler info i plan on using. would like to get a quote for a triplestick like the one in the pic above
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...serach j.b fad...
If you're going to pimp parts for Jon, at least spell it right.

http://jbfab.net/index.html

I've got one of his D20 twin stick shifters...nice stuff from a guy who stands behind his products.
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damn ya got me opps i hit a d instead of b! guess the world can end now.
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