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Week to Wicked Product Feature: Lokar Shifter

3/23/2017
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Damon Lee of Speedway Motors and Jason Scudellari of The Enthusiast Network Tech Center take a few minutes to discuss the newest addition to the Lokar lineup of shifters. Speedway Motors worked in conjunction with Lokar, Inc. to evelop this new shifter and handle, which hearkens back to the days of the Muncie-style 4-speeds.

To actuate the shifter, you grab the T-bar and press the shifter ball down. The one that Speedway Motors picked up for the Week to Wicked build is Lokar’s “Bench Bend” shifter, which should fit nicely in the interior of the 1952 Chevy. The muscle car shifter is available in both transmission mount and floor mount setups.

Installation is fairly straightforward, mark your location on the floorpan and cut a pass-through hole for the linkage assembly. Drill your mount holes and size your linkage to fit.

The Muscle Car Shifter is available as either a complete kit as you see in the video, or as a handle assembly only. The ball of the shifter comes in black, white, and polished aluminum, so you can pick the style that best suits your project.

To browse the full line of Lokar, Inc products click here.

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