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Old February 8th, 2020, 10:54
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Atlas2 with AX15: Who's done this?

Which shifters do you have...XJ shifters or universal kit?
Was the 1" spacer required?
I have a '96 and prefer to not hack up the center console plastic too much.
Searched for photos but photobucket pretty much screws that up.
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Old February 9th, 2020, 10:03
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Re: Atlas2 with AX15: Who's done this?

I have an AW4 and Atlas. make sure you seal up any tunnel holes you cut very well, a lot of hot air can blow thru into the cabin if not sealed.
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Re: Atlas2 with AX15: Who's done this?

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Which shifters do you have...XJ shifters or universal kit?
Was the 1" spacer required?
I have a '96 and prefer to not hack up the center console plastic too much.
Searched for photos but photobucket pretty much screws that up.
The spacer is definitely required. Helps with the front driveshaft angle since itís much shorter than stock. I used the universal shifters, the XJ ones are goofy. Iíll see if I can find some pictures.
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Old February 12th, 2020, 22:26
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Re: Atlas2 with AX15: Who's done this?

Hey Lou, any pics you can send would be great!
Especially curious of how much clearance there is between the atlas shifters and the ax15 stick. Seems like clearance/interference may be an issue unless you put a funky bend in the shifters?

Yesterday I ordered an Atlas2 with the XJ shifters (per AA recommendation) but I can easily change it since the lead time is 6wks. I'll request the spacer too.
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