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Im looking for a shift pattern decal or file that I can create my own. The bazaar part is that I need it in black. Anybody have a file that I can print my own? Anybody know any graphic desingers that would like to create this for me? Or a good place I can buy one and scan to manipulate. Better yet how about a stencil. Is there one that exists?

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Keith of My2002tii.com fame used to sell them. See pic of his decal installed. I could draw one up for you, give me a day or two. Beaner7102

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1971 - 2002 RHD VIN 1653940. Agave (stock with Pertronix & 32/36 Weber) - "Cactus"

1972 - 1602 RHD VIN 1554408. Fjord (with 2L motor, 5spd & LSD - Weber 40/40 to come) - "Bluey"

1984 - E30 318i VIN WBAAK320208722176 - stock daily driver

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Sweet Im actually looking for just the 4 speed though. I think I will have to get the right size and look and take it to someone to have it screen printed because for my purpose it needs to be black lettering. If you can draw one up for me and put it in a file I can print that would be genius. Thanks for the reply, let me know what you come up with and absolutely take your time, Im asking for a favor not to inconveinence.

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Check E-Bay. There is someone on there that is selling shift pattern decals. They are 5 speed, but thier ad says (or used to) they can make one custom for you too. Here is the link..

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Parts-Accessories___BMW-2002-5-Speed-Conversion-Decal-for-Dash_W0QQitemZ170260639312QQddnZPartsQ20Q26Q20AccessoriesQQddiZ2811QQcmdZViewItem?hash=item170260639312&_trkparms=72%3A543%7C39%3A1%7C65%3A12%7C240%3A1318&_trksid=p4506.c0.m245

There was also someone who was making underhood decals that advertised they would make anything for you, but I didn't see their stuff right now. Check back.

Hope this helps

1976 '02 - My first...

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That eBay link is Keith's decals.

See attached PDF as requested.

I have set it up with the 5th gear there but in white so you cant see it and it will not print. Use Adobe Illustrator to edit the colours. All type has been outlined.

Enjoy.

Beaner7102

4spDecal.pdf

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1971 - 2002 RHD VIN 1653940. Agave (stock with Pertronix & 32/36 Weber) - "Cactus"

1972 - 1602 RHD VIN 1554408. Fjord (with 2L motor, 5spd & LSD - Weber 40/40 to come) - "Bluey"

1984 - E30 318i VIN WBAAK320208722176 - stock daily driver

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