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I got this e-mail today from my website (I know I need to update it)
It's the form that I have up...
Originally Posted by My Form
01 - What is your name? = Michael
02 - What is your e-mail adress = "I blanked this out"
03 - Which age range do you fall under? = 19-40
04 - How did you hear about this site? = search engine
05 - What can I do to better this site? = Well, not exactly about your site, but I have a question. I too had a T handle shift knob and decided to upgrade to the pistol knob for the sportier feel, but didn't realize it wouldn't fit. My question is how much did the shifter arm cost and where can I find one for my '95 318ti? I searched BavAuto for a shifter arm but got nothing as a result. Do you have the part number for the shifter arm you purchased? Thanks in advance!
06 - How often do you visit this site? = Once every other month or so
No here's my first response...
Originally Posted by Rooz
To answer your question about the shifter arm, I bought mine from
Bav-auto a LONG time ago. I don't remember how much it was but it wasn't
expensive, call them and tell them your situation and they will tell you
the exact part you need.
Now a heads up, on cars previous to 97, if you change the shifter arm to
make the pistol grip handle fit, your car will be able to go from D to N
without having to hit the brakes, I didn't mind that one bit, but just
giving you a heads up
Then his reply, (and the part that I really like)...
Originally Posted by Micheal
That is the exact DIY article I came across when I found out I needed a shifter arm, or shifter shaft, and the quickest way I found to contact you was through your website. Well, I found the product number for the shifter shaft and was able get a hold of it on BavAuto. When I was searching for shifter arms, I kept coming across items going for $200+ so that scared me for a bit, lol. I'd like to thank you once again for helping me out and hopefully there will be more DIY's from you!
See it's stuff like that, that makes me feel like we're not just having fun on these forums we're actually helping other owners out. So a to us and cheers guys
Umnitza now provides a mechanic to install all parts ordered right in the box! It's their new "Total customer service program" that will eliminate all the haters and keep incompetents from breaking **** and blaming the vendor! When you are all set simply call INS and they will pick him up free of charge.