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Thread: Subaru impreza newage 6speed dipol security gear lock kit

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    I’d be interested in one Ross if it’ll fit a 6 speed in a classic

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    I would be up for it as well. PLN is the label for polish currency - zloty. €1 = 4.3 pln. So as said around 70-80 or probably sub 100 posted.
    My question is how secure it is. Would a ticker flat driver brake this lock?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dontommy View Post
    I would be up for it as well. PLN is the label for polish currency - zloty. €1 = 4.3 pln. So as said around 70-80 or probably sub 100 posted.
    My question is how secure it is. Would a ticker flat driver brake this lock?
    3 words Tommy would you **** it's like a rod maybe 1/4 inch square give or take but is very strong.
    Will post a pic later

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    Quote Originally Posted by GORDON GT SERIES II View Post
    3 words Tommy would you **** it's like a rod maybe 1/4 inch square give or take but is very strong.
    Will post a pic later

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    Hows it fitted and will it fit a classic gordon


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    afaik ,its like a brace fitted from under the car , up either side of the gear lever under the gaitor , then select a gear ,slide the pin in and its locked internally in selected gear . gordos pics will tell a thousand words. i really like that conversion rate as i thought they were quoting polish euro's and 300+ would have been a game changer but at 80 odd yoyo ,i defo willing to take a chance . i shall make some more inquires and let you's know progress .








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    Quote Originally Posted by mac mac View Post
    afaik ,its like a brace fitted from under the car , up either side of the gear lever under the gaitor , then select a gear ,slide the pin in and its locked internally in selected gear . gordos pics will tell a thousand words. i really like that conversion rate as i thought they were quoting polish euro's and 300+ would have been a game changer but at 80 odd yoyo ,i defo willing to take a chance . i shall make some more inquires and let you's know progress .








    due to being a security issue , mods maybe move to members sec


    Any pics of the set up? Pm if prefereed

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    click link in op is only pic i have acess to
    18 seconds !!
    Them wheels are ridicoulus , but they look class !

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    18 seconds !!
    Them wheels are ridicoulus , but they look class !

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    18 seconds !!
    Them wheels are ridicoulus , but they look class !

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    That's the rod and if you look at the side of the centre console you can see the hole where it goes once it's in 2nd,4th or reverse .

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    Any idea how its installed from underneath ? Is it bolt in or does it require drilling of turrent etc or just drilling the plastic trim ? Defo interested in 1

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    Quote Originally Posted by enda View Post
    Any idea how its installed from underneath ? Is it bolt in or does it require drilling of turrent etc or just drilling the plastic trim ? Defo interested in 1
    I think you have to drill through the prop tunnel and then you have a bracket as well

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    18 seconds !!
    Them wheels are ridicoulus , but they look class !

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