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WTB mid year shifter arm

Seems as the PO McGivered the stock shifter, it swivels in place make 5th gear difficult.


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I have two of these........I'll take pix in the morning.

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I have several 915 shift levers. PM or call me.
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I have one for sale. Link here: https://forums.pelicanparts.com/porsche-911-used-parts-sale-wanted/1038380-915-stock-shifter-minus-base.html
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Thanks to all who replied, I remembered I had a 76 slant nose roller, removed and installed the shifter last night.
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Seems as the PO McGivered the stock shifter, it swivels in place make 5th gear difficult.


That's quite a nice mess you have there. However, if you're so inclined, you can repair it, possibly without having to disassemble the shifter. All early 911 factory shift levers are a 2-piece construction. The glue or epoxy the factory used has failed and the two lever pieces have separated. Remove the top part, then clean the mating parts to bare metal w/o oil, grease or remaining glue. Reinstall and realign with 2-part epoxy.

Any replacement you source will have been assembled the same way and may separate as well. If you source a replacement lever, make sure it matches your shifter. PAG made several versions, and used levers may have been modified. When installed, confirm the tab on the lever aligns with the 5th and Rev. tabs on the carrier plate.



For a more permanent fix, tack weld the two-piece lever as shown below:


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Seems as the PO McGivered the stock shifter, it swivels in place make 5th gear difficult.


That's quite a nice mess you have there. However, if you're so inclined, you can repair it, possibly without having to disassemble the shifter. All early 911 factory shift levers are a 2-piece construction. The glue or epoxy the factory used has failed and the two lever pieces have separated. Remove the top part, then clean the mating parts to bare metal w/o oil, grease or remaining glue. Reinstall and realign with 2-part epoxy.

Any replacement you source will have been assembled the same way and may separate as well. If you source a replacement lever, make sure it matches your shifter. PAG made several versions, and used levers may have been modified. When installed, confirm the tab on the lever aligns with the 5th and Rev. tabs on the carrier plate.



For a more permanent fix, tack weld the two-piece lever as shown below:


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