we were'nt able to use the rear part of the lokar shifter cause of the 203 adapter, so i drilled and tapped a couple of holes in the front section of the adapter. now all we have to do is make a simple brackett and the shifter is done.
yes butch, it's a lokar. they work really well and look great. only downside is that they are designed for 2wd applications so on a 4wd you might have to modify the rear mounting brackett depending on the style and shape of the transfer case adapter. i have used them on cruisers with the AA adapter without any modifications, but in this case (using the 203 doubler setup) you have to built a simple brackett. no big deal either way.
Im putting mine on a th350. Im not to concerned about the rear mounting it is just the front. I thought you could place the shifter forward or back with the different mounting postitions. At least it looks that way from the picture.
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