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325i 5 speed in 2002

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Ok now I think I get it, its an early style shift lever and rod isn't it? With the pin and set screw. I should know that having owned a 71.

Those are prone to wear and most have been replaced by later year shifters.

Time for an upgrade, a later year shift lever, shortened  shift rod and new fwd coupler are required. 

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Blunt

Thanks for you work on this. I'd like to buy 4 (four) of them from you so that I have a spare or two. I assume that the cleanest way to buy these is on your online site...correct?

Thanks again...

Jim 

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4 hours ago, jtgillsteamboat@msn.com said:

Blunt

Thanks for you work on this. I'd like to buy 4 (four) of them from you so that I have a spare or two. I assume that the cleanest way to buy these is on your online site...correct?

Thanks again...

Jim 

Sure that'll work

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