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    Shifter-end cable bracket with cable alignment slot which eliminates the cheesy eye-bolt. Forgot how much fun it is to design a sheetmetal part.

    Last edited by hein; 03-16-2012 at 12:17 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hein View Post
    I am beginning to consider a bolt in bracket to hold the cables on the shifter end to eliminate the need for welding. Can a Moderator turn this thread into a poll with items nuts DIY welded onto shifter and drill holes and bolt a bracket to shifter as choices?

    The shifter was cut down by 3". Travel at the top of the knob is 3" fore-aft and 2 5/8" side-to-side

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    I'm diggin' that bracket. Nice work.
    '94 SL2 Manual (Parts stack growing), '06 Ion 2.4, '01 Honda F4i somewhere.

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    im down for a bolt in bracket. but it takes too long then i will opt to just weld. I'm looking to get this done asap.
    Fixing a Saturn can be like reaching into a bag of scorpions and hoping for the tootsie roll.

    AMR coilovers w/pillowball mounts, AMR FTB, AMR RST, Quaife, ACT clutch, HR con rods with JPC max bore pistons, Thermal exhaust, Hotshot header, AEM CAI, and I just want to run around tearing my cloths off, screaming beligerently, and spitting, and twitching, and foaming; because its finally done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamie Q. View Post
    im down for a bolt in bracket. but it takes too long then i will opt to just weld. I'm looking to get this done asap.
    I second that

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    What is the ETA on these?
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    Quote Originally Posted by d3ad1ysp0rk View Post
    What is the ETA on these?
    I should have all the quotes back (including the bolt-on bracket) by the end of this month.
    That will allow me to finalize the price and start asking for money. If I get 10 or more paid
    up by mid/late April then I'll order parts and start shipping in May.

    -Hein
    Last edited by hein; 03-19-2012 at 01:17 PM.
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    watching like a hawk given to me from Geico
    Fixing a Saturn can be like reaching into a bag of scorpions and hoping for the tootsie roll.

    AMR coilovers w/pillowball mounts, AMR FTB, AMR RST, Quaife, ACT clutch, HR con rods with JPC max bore pistons, Thermal exhaust, Hotshot header, AEM CAI, and I just want to run around tearing my cloths off, screaming beligerently, and spitting, and twitching, and foaming; because its finally done.

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    I have money asa ur ready.

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    x2.
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    same here money is ready, PM me if you have 9 guaranteed and I will buy the 10th set.
    Fixing a Saturn can be like reaching into a bag of scorpions and hoping for the tootsie roll.

    AMR coilovers w/pillowball mounts, AMR FTB, AMR RST, Quaife, ACT clutch, HR con rods with JPC max bore pistons, Thermal exhaust, Hotshot header, AEM CAI, and I just want to run around tearing my cloths off, screaming beligerently, and spitting, and twitching, and foaming; because its finally done.

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    I would be in on this I like where it's going!

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    Any updates on the quotes?
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    got quotes for profiling the bracket. Still need to find someone who can form and weld it.
    current build: 95 wagon, completed build: 95 sc1 to DOHC

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    Suh-weet.
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    i will await final pricing...but my cables are old and tattered, work but this would be a worthwild expense.

    and its made by Hein!

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    Update: I have quotes for the bracket weldment. Everyone will get the bracket because it makes installation much easier. Down side is that the price has gone up to $175 shipped. If more folks sign up then I'll try to get better pricing and go from there.

    I'll be setting up a separate paypal account to accept your funds so please stand by for that information...
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    Im still in
    Fixing a Saturn can be like reaching into a bag of scorpions and hoping for the tootsie roll.

    AMR coilovers w/pillowball mounts, AMR FTB, AMR RST, Quaife, ACT clutch, HR con rods with JPC max bore pistons, Thermal exhaust, Hotshot header, AEM CAI, and I just want to run around tearing my cloths off, screaming beligerently, and spitting, and twitching, and foaming; because its finally done.

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    The reliability this offers means I will never worry about it again. So it pays for itself.
    Fixing a Saturn can be like reaching into a bag of scorpions and hoping for the tootsie roll.

    AMR coilovers w/pillowball mounts, AMR FTB, AMR RST, Quaife, ACT clutch, HR con rods with JPC max bore pistons, Thermal exhaust, Hotshot header, AEM CAI, and I just want to run around tearing my cloths off, screaming beligerently, and spitting, and twitching, and foaming; because its finally done.

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