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Old 06-19-2013, 10:39 AM   #1
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Question How do you remove interior rubber dust boot?

I need your help guys, because I can't figure it out from anywhere, not even Hurst... I need to remove the centering springs in my v6 in order to install my short throw shifter, and in order to do it I need to remove the interior dust boot, and I can't for the life of me figure it out... I'll post a picture of what I'm talking about below, and in advance, this is a picture of the dust boot of an 80 fire bird... I couldn't even find a pic of one in a camaro Any input is greatly appreciated!
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Old 06-22-2013, 08:15 PM   #2
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-Hey these are some pics of the parts off the car minus the shifter itself (pic 1)
- You should see this from the top (pic2) take out the four bolts in each corner this is the plate the boot is attached to
-You have to go under the car and you will see the shifter housing (upper piece in pic 1) and you will see the forks mounted in a bracket toward the rear of the car ( upper piece right side pic 1). Take off the nuts that attach the mount for the forks and slide the mount off. The studs for the nuts are attached to the bottom of the boot bracket. (pic 3).
- Now you should be able to go back in the car and move the boot with its attached plate out of the way.

If im not mistaken that is how you do it but its been a while sence I replaced mine with the MGW shifter. I hope this helps.
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