Charcoal with Silver Stitching Alcantara Manual Shift Boot for all 2015, 2016 and 2017 Mustangs with a Manual Transmission.
There’s no better time to make the interior of your 2015-2017 Mustang really stand out from the crowd. We are pleased to offer you this Charcoal with Silver Stitching Alcantara Shift Boot for your 2015-2017 Mustang with a Manual Transmission!
This beautiful Alcantara interior piece is designed to match perfectly to the very popular GT350 steering wheel, but will also be right at home in any 2015-2017 Mustang. The Charcoal Alcantara with Silver stitching will go great with the other available pieces at CJ Pony Parts. We currently offer a matching Parking Brake Boot (P/N: PBB3) and Console Lid Cover (P/N: CONLC2), both of which are available separately. These available components will truly add a sporty look and feel to the interior of any 2015-2017 Mustang.
Features and Benefits:
- Durable Heavy-weight Charcoal Alcantara
- UV-stable Silver Stitching for Prolonged Longevity
- 100% Handmade for a OE Fit and Finish
- Designed to be a Do-It-Yourself Modification
- Installation Instructions are Available
- Made in the USA
*Identical match to the Charcoal Alcantara and Silver stitching found on the GT350 Steering Wheel, P/N: STW60.
Tech Tip: Alcantara products tend to attract dust over time so quick wipes with a damp microfiber cloth will help keep them clean.
All of the Alcantara Interior pieces that we offer are manufactured and designed right here in the USA using heavy-weight Alcantara Suede and OEM matched UV-Stable thread for the stitching. Installation instructions for all of the available parts are linked in each product page along with our installation videos. If you are looking for a similar part for your Automatic 2015-2017 Mustang, see P/N: ASB2. But if you are interested in a complete solution in this color scheme for your Manual Transmission 2015-2017 Mustang, see P/N: ITK26.
Please Note: These are NOT complete replacement assemblies, this is replacement upholstery for your existing material and does NOT include new frames or trim. Installation will require you to disassemble your factory components and use spray/brush-on adhesive and/or staples for installation. Even though this is something you can install yourself, for the best possible result - PROFESSIONAL INSTALLATION IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
Order this Charcoal with Silver Stitching Alcantara Manual Shift Boot for your 2015-2017 Mustang with a Manual Transmission from CJ Pony Parts today!
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This shift boots are an available interior from virgin, it's a lighter colored one with silver stitching which will match your stock wheel or your FT350 standard wheel or the darker one with the red stitching designed to match the GT350 R wheel. These are going to be direct replacements for the factory boot and will require gluing for installation. For installation get a Dremel or a small drill bit, a flat-head screwdriver, and adhesive.
The first step of installation is going to be to remove the shift knobs then we can remove the shift boot. To get the shift boot off there's a little rubber tray here, pull the tray out first, and then the grip on the front, there's going to be clips all the way around that hold it on. Now, you're going to separate the lockout from the shifter mechanism. In our case, we actually have an after market lockout. We have a Barton on this care. If you have the stock one simply pull these three clips, one here, one here, and one here, pull back on them and it will pop out. The Barton's going to be a little bit hard because there's one solid ring all the way around the bottom.
Unfortunately for the next step I don't have a stock lockout to show you how to use it because like I said our car has a Barton lockout on it. If you need to see a detailed video watch the Barton lockout video will show you how to do this. Basically there's going to be a separate ring up here that's going to hold the boot in place. What you do is just carefully kind of trim all these off, get the ring to separate, usually pry it off, and then the factory lockout will remove and you'll have just the boot itself.
The next step in the process of removing the boot from the trim ring is eleven plastic rivets. Basically what you have to do is grind down the head so you can separate the trim ring here from the main trim ring. To do that you'll get a small drill and drill the heads or use a Dremel. Now, to separate I'm going to carefully pry the two apart. They should pull apart pretty easily. At this point now we can pull the factory boot off this trim ring. You need enough to get you started but you usually just pull a corner and it comes off pretty easily. What you want to do is kind of clean this up, make sure you got all the remnants, as much as you can, off of the original or else the new one won't stay right.
Now we're going to lay down some adhesive that will basically hold this to our trim ring here. Put some around the edge of the trim ring, also some on the boot itself. Be careful not to get it on the Alcantara itself. We're using 3M trim adhesive. Any kind of trim adhesive will work fine. We'll let that set up for a minute or two, let it get tacky, then start assembling. While we're waiting for it to get tacky I should mention you'll see there's two cutouts on one side of the shift boot. Those two cutouts are for these two back corners. So, make sure you install in the correct orientation when you put it on.
Once you have it fitted then, then let it set for another couple minutes. Make sure it's nice and tacky then we can move on to the trim ring. Before it sets up all the way to install the chrome trim ring we're going to grab some super glue this time. It's going to be a lot easier. You don't want to use spray glue at this point because you will get some on the suede. What you do is there's this black edge here, put some glue on it. Now you're going to grab the chrome ring. Don't put any glue on this because again as you go down over the suede you'll probably end up touching it. Push it down. You'll actually feel it pop into place. Remnants of the rivets will line up. We're going to hold that, leave some pressure on it, let the glue dry up a little bit.
If you're running a stock lockout you're going to have to glue it on just like the original was. Like I said, in our case, we're using Barton, which is a part we recommend. What we're going to here, this is just gets zip-tied in place. We have to open this up just slightly. Put that around that lip there then zip-tie it in place. Now we're ready to reinstall. We're going to reinstall by sliding the lockout down in place first. Slide the boot down, line up the tabs, and lock it into place. And the installation's finished.
The shift gear when it's installed looks just like a factory part. It's a perfect match for the GT350 wheel and it matches really well with the other two components we installed earlier. The knob's just the topping on the cake and really makes the whole interior come together. As far as installation, figure about an hour and you'll be back on the road in no time.