UPR Automatic T-Handle Shifter Billet 1979-1996

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UPR Automatic T-Handle Shifter Billet 1979-1996

Product Description

UPR Billet Automatic T-Handle Shifter for 1979-1996 Mustangs with an AOD or AOD-E Transmission.

This shift knob is a direct fit on the factory shifter and will never come loose or lose alignment with its set screw fastening system. UPR's t-handle is made from CNC machined T-6061 billet aluminum and the selector button has been black anodized for a great contrast to the rest of the handle.

Made in the USA!

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Product Questions

How do you remove the old shifter if there is no set screw on the old shifter?

Asked by: crowhop
If there is no set screw you literally pull up very hard, be careful.
Answered by: CJPP Dave
Date published: 2017-02-01

how would you remove the old shifter ?

Asked by: drp19
After you have turned your key(s) to the on position, simply move your shifter lever to either the 2 or 1 gear and be sure to set your parking brake. On the side of the shifter facing the dash / bezel, near the bottom of the shifter you will feel a small indention; this is a small screw (similar to the same one on the new Billit shifter but in a different location.) Now some are philips head screws, some are allen wrench style so you may want to grab both and then see which one you need. Once you unscrew that retainer screw, be very careful not to let the button "pop out" as you remove the old shifter. Once you have it removed, make sure you new Billit shifter is assembled and simply mount it on the shift lever stick and then tighten the retaining screw slightly and then check and make sure the button engages the shifter in all gears; If it does not, slide it back up and reposition til it does. Once you check all gears are good to go, simply make sure you completely tighten the retaining screw and now you can enjoy the sweet new Billit shifter! Serious Ultra-mega action cool!
Answered by: Batpunk
Date published: 2016-04-26
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