anyone have any experiance/knowledge of these? $11 is pretty cheap, even with $10 shipping and handling...
i agree with buying the es shifter bushing. this should help with the overall feel of the shoft shifter.nizzan4u2nv said:It would probably do good with an ES shifter bushing. 10 bucks isnt bad, you could always buy 2 just in case.
Johnny wangwang said:I take my comments back. From researching the results on this forum I have come to the conclusion that you need to just get a name brand shifter. Even a Pacesetter! Because I would not take the chance of being stranded somewhere because I bought a cheap as shifter.
I dont alway agree with the saying "you get what you pay for". BUT I do agree with the saying "Do it right the first time"! It would highly piss me off if I bought the cheap part and wound up not being able to drive my car because it broke. Ebay strut bar......cool! But the stick used to SHIFT your car into gear? Hell no Im not going to take that chance. I dont care if 97% dont snap. You dont want to take the chance of being in that 3%.
My friend is in no way a dumbass. If a part does not perform to atleast OEM quality then i see no reason to waste your money on it. Have you ever seen or heard of an OEM nissan shifter rod breakin, NO. From my personal experience this part is ****, but as i said i am sure that there are others that have never had a problem with it.mYseRgOesvrOOm said:The bolt is smaller and I don't think mine will break as long as your not a dumbass slamming in the gears. I shift very smoothly and easily...even when racing. It is cheap, but it is only 10bucks. So, if he broke it...it's his fault. There's no reason / way you could break this thing without abusing it.
I haven't put mine in becuase I am too lazy to get the bolt. But a friend has one and it works fine. Which is why I bought mine.
And yeah...they are VERY generic. But, when you look at your shifter...think about it. How much different can you get from model to model.