4 speed hump....

Discussion in 'Body Restoration' started by garyandcindy, Jan 9, 2011.

  1. garyandcindy

    garyandcindy Veteran Member

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    Didn't really know where to put this.Put in the interior section but not much response.Is the transmission tunnel marked at the factory any sort of way for the location of the 4 speed shifter hump on a automatic transmission car.Any body got a picture of this area.I've done a search and some say that they are dipples on the tunnel where it should go on auto transmission cars.
     
  2. krabben1

    krabben1 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    I will try again this afternoon for you.I saw your other post yesterday and went down to get pics for ya,but I was having trouble getting the measurments to fit inside the pic I was trying to take,lol.I'll split them up with a start point and an end point for front and back.
     
  3. garyandcindy

    garyandcindy Veteran Member

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    That would be great.Thanks.
     
  4. KansasTwister

    KansasTwister Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Although not factory, you can see where the shifter sits. The round hole to the rear right is where the cable went through. I never cut it out to full size of the factory hole, just to what it needed.
     
  5. krabben1

    krabben1 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Fixed.
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  6. krabben1

    krabben1 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Here's an under shot to show you what they did cutoutwise.
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  7. garyandcindy

    garyandcindy Veteran Member

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    Wow! It looks like they cut out alot from the factory.So it's really not necessary to cut out as much as they did.Cut just enough to get the shifter thru and the hump needs to be in the right place for the boots and console.
     
  8. krabben1

    krabben1 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    I would do what they do.Its never good to have to much metal overlap.Rust can fester in there.Looks like they traced the inside of the hump and cut.And on the inside,they let a monkey fingerpaint with the seamseal,lol.
     
  9. bob licher

    bob licher Veteran Member

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    hey what happened

     
  10. bob licher

    bob licher Veteran Member

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    what happened to the pics? Bob

     

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