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I just received some parts from groundup. I ordered the shifter hump for a non console 65 RST-76A

http://www.ss396.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?

The boot # 1E-134 for a non console car
http://www.ss396.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?

The http://www.ss396.com/mm5/merchant.mvc? trim ring IT-1311

The trim ring has a definite arc to it like it would fit the RST-76D shifter hump for a console car because of the arc to it. The hump I have is basically flat

Has anyone ever used the shifter hump rst-76d on a non console car? The boot and ring would fit it better as along as it is deep enough I guess for the shifter.


Promise, this is my last post about this swap


NOT!!! :D

OK it appears I can not cut and paste.
 

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http://www.ss396.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?

The boot # 1E-134 for a non console car
http://www.ss396.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?

The http://www.ss396.com/mm5/merchant.mvc? trim ring IT-1311

The trim ring has a definite arc to it like it would fit the RST-76D shifter hump for a console car because of the arc to it. The hump I have is basically flat

Has anyone ever used the shifter hump rst-76d on a non console car? The boot and ring would fit it better as along as it is deep enough I guess for the shifter.
Jerry,
You need the RST-76D shifter hump for a manual trans with or without a console. I have no idea why they list the other one (RST-76A) the way they do.

The boot number is IE-384, rather than IE-134. IE-384 and the ring (IT-1311) will work with the RST-76D.

FYI, The carpet colored rubber grommet that trims the carpet above the boot and retainer, on non-console cars, is not available. Most people just use the retainer to hold the carpet down also on 65 and 66s. The 67s had a nice chromed metal bezel for that purpose.

Nice car, Jerry! Sorry, you ended up with the wrong hump.
 

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You need the RST-76D shifter hump for a manual trans with or without a console. I have no idea why they list the other one (RST-76A) the way they do.

The boot number is IE-384, rather than IE-134. IE-384 and the ring (IT-1311) will work with the RST-76D.
Thanks Bruce. Thats what I figured after I received the parts and was able to look at them. I did put the wrong part number up there for the boot. It is a ie-384

Thanks again
 
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