« Last post by 70chall440 on February 22, 2018 - 11:06:59 pm »
Another suggestion; if do this come back and start a thread, the members can then give you very specific timely advice that should help you through this with a lot less drama. One point reference the hump is not to cut a hole until you mount the transmission (without the shifter attached), you then can see exactly where the shifter will need to come through the floor, this gives you a data point for cutting the floor. The hump is for clearance for the shifter and itís rods so you donít need to cut a big hole first. Once you have the shifter location you will see how the hump fits the existing trans tunnel and then you can cut. You will not have to cut the entire size of the hump, only some of it to allow the shifter and rods clearance. Basically itís cut s little, test fit, repeat as needed.