Lokar GM TH400 Floor Mount Auto Shifter
Universal Fit, Floor Mount Shifter Mount Style, Mushroom Shifter Knob Style, Silver, Chrome
- It operates with solid adjustable linkage
- Specifically designed for the TH400 application
- Features a 360-degree lever rotation for extra leg room
- Includes a brushed aluminum Hi-Tech tapered shifter knob
- Has out from under-the-dash and away-from-the seat-lever adjustments
Lokar's Turbo 400 floor mount shifter allows you to mount it to the transmission tunnel rather than the transmission itself. It can be mounted to either the top or bottom of the floor and includes different offset arms for most applications. Boot sold separately.
- For TH400 application
- Operates with solid adjustable linkage
- Neutral Safety Switch
- Positive Safety-Lock-Out in Park and Neutral
- 360-degree lever rotation for extra leg room
- Out from under-the-dash and away-from-the seat-lever adjustments
- Brushed aluminum Hi-Tech tapered shifter knob
- Easy-to-remove shifter knob for simple boot installation
- Teflon lined button in shifter knobs for smooth operation
- Chrome-plated lever available in 23", 16", 12", 10", 8" and 6" lengths
- 6" Lever arm is straight (no bend), all other lengths are the single bend design.
- Gold iridited bracketry
- All hardware included for installation
Previously Lokar Part Numbers FMS6400FM, FMS6400EM, FMS6400DM, FMS6400CM, FMS6400BM & FMS6400AM.
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