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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 02-22-2003, 03:10 PM Thread Starter
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putting on my chrome handles and switches today

thanks YB!!!!
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SWEET! Get some pics up soon.
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I got the chrome handles, I needs me some chrome switches...
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Hey greystr your going to love the look when your finished with the install, i got mine from YBNormyl and it looks great

The switches are the easiest to put in, but when you get to the handles all those 4 letter words will just roll off your toungue hehehe
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yep, the chrome handles took 4 times as long as the switches, especially since the rear switches can be done without removing the door panels

no matter what it is not a very complex job to do, just want to be careful and take the time to do the job right
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I agree with both joe and elboricua. The handles and switches I got from YB were top notch!!!! But take your time putting them in. The switches are easy but the handles can be a biatch.




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Nice pics guys, gotta love chrome! I emailed someone about making a chrome overlay for the shifter base, around the boot. If it goes anywhere I'll post the results.
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one time I was at a junkyard and saw a wrecked concorde, I just said aw fuck it, and bought the shifter (just the regular one) but couldnt get it to work on my car, so if anyone needs a regular run of the mill second gen shifter to work with, I got one.
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yeah, the handles were tough. i used my dremel to trim the melted plastic out of the hole the pin slides through. they used pliers and a flathead screwdriver and hammer to slide them out. the first on was thought but the rest fell right in.
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