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Old 05-23-2013, 12:21 AM   #1
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I saw someone on here made a custom automatic shifter ****, it was an 8 ball. I was wondering how hard would it be to do something like that? Can anyone explain some details and how to!!?

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Drill a hole in a pool ball, there is a shaft that has to be depressed to change out of park. You either have to make it to where the ball just holds that down constantly or make it where you can push the ball down
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If you hold it down constantly once you turn the engine off to you be able to start it again u less that pin can pop back up I had the same problem with my old zj
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If you hold it down constantly once you turn the engine off to you be able to start it again u less that pin can pop back up I had the same problem with my old zj
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Unfortunately they do
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I would like to do something like this too. Anyone find any wright-ups?

NJXJALLDAY. Welcome to CF. Where in Jersey are you from?
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I live I'm toms river like 5 min from seaside hbu and I don't think so I searched for months trying to figure out a way to get rid of that ugly shift *** but I couldn't find anything
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I live in Vineland. I've tried searchin too.
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I would like to do something like this too. Anyone find any wright-ups?

There is a great write up in the XJ section. This guy mounted a grenade and used a nail as the push down pin as a good anti theft devise.
I'd post a link but I'm on the app.. : (
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I did this using a ar shell i got it from a right up on cf

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Check out bleepnjeep on u tube

Matt has a video
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I live I'm toms river like 5 min from seaside hbu and I don't think so I searched for months trying to figure out a way to get rid of that ugly shift *** but I couldn't find anything
Jersey is taking over CF!!

Bleepinjeep just put up a really good video on YouTube on this very subject btw fellas...
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