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    Shift Gate for Fiero



    who has a 3d file an milling machnie to make these for the fiero shifter
    In the USA if you pay a company / person to start a plug, then it,s your plug and work ,it is not theirs to sell or trade !!

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    Re: Shift Gate for Fiero

    I have few of them remaining

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    Re: Shift Gate for Fiero

    price ...how much
    In the USA if you pay a company / person to start a plug, then it,s your plug and work ,it is not theirs to sell or trade !!

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    Re: Shift Gate for Fiero

    Price please?

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    Re: Shift Gate for Fiero

    Does the shift gate fit the lambostuff surround? If so how much?

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    I disagree with you. Everything can be done differently.
    What exactly are you disagreeing with, and with whom ?

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    It's just a guy increasing post count and getting ready to spam the forum with links

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    Shift gate CNC file

    I have the STL and DWG files for this shift gate. It's a cable shifter but you could modify it if you know the software. I also highly recommend having whatever you create 3D printed first and drive it a bit. You can make any slight changes without paying the bigger bucks for the CNC machining. Having said that, it only cost me $90 to have this shift gate made via CNC. The gate riser and switch plate for the lift system were 3D printed. I also have Sketchup files for those. Sorry for the dusty photo of the carbon fiber. This was my first attempt at vacuum bagging CF from a mold of the NAERC console. It came out OK, but I'll probably do another down the road that will be better quality.

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    Rick

    Edit: Haha I'm and idiot and just noticed this thread is 6 years old resurrected by a spambot. Hey I'm trying to be a helpful idiot.
    Last edited by ricand; 11-30-2016 at 02:30 PM.

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    Can this be used for an automatic transmission, as a "5 speed gate lookalike" ?

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    Who made that shifter gate for you? This won't work with fiero 4 speed manual trans right? And if not, can your guy make modifications to your file and 3D print another one?

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