It can be done but drilling out the rivits from below is a pain in the butt. Its easier to pull it and do it on the bench.sharky1 said:ok, my uuc is on the way...I did'nt have to drop the driveshaft for the B and M, why would I for the uuc? Thx
Your right, I forgot, you have to pull all of that junk out of the console and remove the other 2 bolts, which are a pain I might add. Personal thing, I didnt want to mess with it in the car.sharky1 said:rivet are already gone, from the b and m install, and we drilled from the top...why would you drill from the bottom?
Dumb question here, but since my UUC is also on the way, it is quieter than the B & M right?lasstss said:Your right, I forgot, you have to pull all of that junk out of the console and remove the other 2 bolts, which are a pain I might add. Personal thing, I didnt want to mess with it in the car.
As you allready did the work, its easy. The UUC stick is pretty much the same, except for the noise.
Got mine in the group buy...I'm one that opted to wait a few weeks longer to get the bushings along with the shifter.Skeeter said:Hey, how is everyone getting their hands on UUC shifters all of a sudden?! I thought they were out of stock and backordered. Where'd you all get them?
James at Lindsay Cadillac (who did the group buy) is getting the bushings. However, I do not know if or how many extra sets he is getting. You may want to contact him to get your name in if he ends up with extras (I did).Skeeter said:Right, the bushings! I didn't get in on the group buy
Is there still a way to get the bushings? I'll get a shifter directly from UUC, or form their dealer here in the SF Bay Area, but who has the bushings aside from the group buy?