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Old 02-10-2013, 05:09 PM   #1
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Steeda Tri Ax Questions

I was wondering how much of an improvement I would see with a steeda tri ax shifter. There is one on craigslist locally for $80 is that a good deal? I have an 02 GT
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I was wondering how much of an improvement I would see with a steeda tri ax shifter. There is one on craigslist locally for $80 is that a good deal? I have an 02 GT
To be honest, it's all personal pref. I don't really like mine and ill probably be switching to hurst.
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+1 to the personal preference. I like my Tri-Ax a lot more than I liked my Pro 5.0. I would pick it up just because of how good a deal it is.
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Is all steeda tri ax made for t5 also work for t45? There's a couple listed but for t5. I figured it would work but like to make sure.

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If your going from stock..any aftermarket short shifter will feel better/more sturdy than that stock piece of garbage ford likes to call a shifter..
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Is all steeda tri ax made for t5 also work for t45? There's a couple listed but for t5. I figured it would work but like to make sure.

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It should be the same shifter. If I remember right AM lists it as a T5/T45 shifter.
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The t5 and t45 are the same shifter. The t3650 is different. I would definitely pick it up. I love the tri ax for its super positive engagement and rock solid feel. It's heavier feeling than an mgw, but I think it's worth the extra work. It is all personal preference.
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It should be the same shifter. If I remember right AM lists it as a T5/T45 shifter.
That's what I thought but its advertised as t5 on CL. The same person has b&m-80, hurst-50, and tri ax for 80.
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Weird. One person selling all those shifters.
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Weird. One person selling all those shifters.
He's got lots of parts on Cl. Ill prob call about tri ax tomorrow.
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