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Old 03-14-2007, 11:59 AM   #1
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Billet Stainless Gear Shifters- Made from solid billet stainless steel. This is the old style grip type gear shift, with ZR1 engraved on the handle.

Only 8 left in stock, then gone forever.

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Can I ask you a question? My car came with one, but I think it's aluminum. It's really light, but then it's also not that big. Is there an easy way to tell which it is?

It also tends to oxidize a bit over time (like over a year or two) though is easily polished back up, so I'm guessing it's aluminum.
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Can I ask you a question? My car came with one, but I think it's aluminum. It's really light, but then it's also not that big. Is there an easy way to tell which it is?

It also tends to oxidize a bit over time (like over a year or two) though is easily polished back up, so I'm guessing it's aluminum.
I really don't know much about the units other than they are solid and polished SS (316).

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So are those all aluminum or is there a red insert in the middle?
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So are those all aluminum or is there a red insert in the middle?
Billet Stainless Gear Shifters- Made from solid billet stainless steel
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I really don't know much about the units other than they are solid and polished SS (316).

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Ok, I didn't know if maybe you'd sold both at some point and would have some tips for telling the difference. I'm pretty sure mine's aluminum though. Thanks and good luck with the sale.
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It's 89.00. It is posted on the link provided. If you were a SilverCylon you would have known that!
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It's 89.00. It is posted on the link provided. If you were a SilverCylon you would have known that!
Just for that I want a gold handle now!!!
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