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In a continuing effort to bring great ideas to everyone, I would like to show you how you can make your own twin stick shifter for your D300 for very little cost. This setup will allow you to create a nearly stock looking installation but having the advantage of a twin shifter. (Please disregard the rough look of the shifter shown here. The shift boot was removed to show the setup and parts more clearly. Installation of the boot makes for a nice clean look.)

Here are the items you will need:
  1. 2 Stock D300 shifters (you probably already have one. Now go find your buddy who spent over $130 on his cheaply made Omix or Currie setup and get his other stock shifter for free!) .
  2. 2 home made shifter plates.
  3. Aluminum or plastic spacer. See detail layout below for approximate size.
  4. 2 bolts of size 1/4" diameter x 3/4" long (grade 5 or 8)
  5. 2 nuts of size 1/4" to go on the bolts in item 4.
  6. Remainder of stock D300 shifter items like shifter knob, cotter pin, etc.

You will also need a torch to heat and bend the shifters so that the knobs do not interfere with one another. You will also need to figure out a twin stick shifter boot. We recommend the Currie version for about $30. But this is totally up to you.

Take a look at the following items. It should explain how it all goes together . You can make your own shift plates out of .25" thick mild steel or you can buy the shift plates that are laser cut for $30 a pair plus $7.00 shipping. The diagrams for the shift plates are below. The 1st one is the left shift plate and the 2nd one is the right shift plate. They are actually pretty simple to fab up in your own garage.

For a pair of laser cut shift plates contact:

This information is free to the public and feel free and give to anyone you feel like giving them to!!! We've been running some in our CJs for a while now, and like the look and function. And we think you will too.'s a pretty damned cool idea!
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