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    trans tunnel cover

    i have a 50 stude truck with a 289 and shifter on the floor. does anyone have a tunnel cover they would part with?

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    Dan, I'll check and let You know Tomorrow afternoon. think I still have one left here.
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    Dan, I sent You a PM. "upper right corner blue bar"
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    It depends whether it has a 4 Speed Truck Trans. or a 3 Speed Trans. as to the height of the tunnel.
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    My brother has some different styles he bought at an auction. He may have a spare here in Searcy.


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    Please have your brother see if he has a transmission a tunnel cover for a floor shift 3 speed M5.

    thanks Rowan

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    Quote Originally Posted by rowan View Post
    Please have your brother see if he has a transmission a tunnel cover for a floor shift 3 speed M5.

    thanks Rowan
    The ones he bought are for C cab trucks. He used one when he went from the original truck 4 speed to a T-5 5 speed in his truck. The yellow (original) one is taller and the opening is in a different place.
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