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  • Anodized shift lever tip, 5mm wider contact surface than stock.
  • Includes mounting bolt.

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Just a little longer!!!

Comments On Oct 06, 2014:I will be installing it tomorrow and cant wait, I feel that the stock tip is just too short, so its a no brainer that I would get this tip, and the Black color looks pretty trick too. I like the fact that after you grind off the stock tips rivet the new tip is attached with a hex head bolt which I will use a good dab of blue Loctite on. I think this is a better attachment method than the rivet since I wont have to grind a rivet off every time I might want to lake the tip off.

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