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    Car Fanatic. Technical Novice. pezzonovante88's Avatar
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    RedLine Goods Shifter&Handbrake Boot

    Has anyone seen these in person? Are they any good? I'm particularly interested in the handbrake boot - it's a classy touch.
    http://www.redlinegoods.com/Deloreanshiftboot.php
    Previous Owner of 5875 - 1981/Grey/5-Speed/Grooved Hood

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    Senior Member DMCflux's Avatar
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    I purchased mine through them. Nice quality leather, good price, just took a little while to receive it.
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    02378 Since 1981 Delorean02378's Avatar
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    Cool, that's a good find. Has anyone purchased the shiftboot? Wonder how it fits.
    Kirk

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    Anyone know if it includes the mounting bracket, or do you have to re-use one from the original boot?

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    Senior Member DMCflux's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Delorean02378 View Post
    Cool, that's a good find. Has anyone purchased the shiftboot? Wonder how it fits.
    Sorry, I was referring to the shifter boot. And you have to use the existing bracket. Stretch & glue the new leather over (tight fit)
    5*9*

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    I bought the leather Gear Shift Boot and the leather Parking Brake Boot from Redline Goods and I highly DO NOT recommend them. The leather boots came from a Poland address. What you receive may be different from what I received about four years ago.

    I included pictures in my post number 7 in the thread below.

    Door air vents and manual shift boot.
    http://dmctalk.org/showthread.php?19...ual-shift-boot
    Mark Vanyo
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    http://dmctalk.org/showthread.php?19...s-Part-I-of-II.

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    Senior Member - Owner since 2003 Patrick C's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by outatym2001 View Post
    I bought the leather Gear Shift Boot and the leather Parking Brake Boot from Redline Goods and I highly DO NOT recommend them. The leather boots came from a Poland address. What you receive may be different from what I received about four years ago.

    I included pictures in my post number 7 in the thread below.

    Door air vents and manual shift boot.
    http://dmctalk.org/showthread.php?19...ual-shift-boot
    That's too bad. My experience with them has been very good.
    Patrick C.
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    Senior Member Justin51982's Avatar
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    I JUST got my shift boot from them about a month ago and put it on over the weekend.

    I was really impressed with it. I just put it over and snapped the bracket back into place, didn't even have to use glue.

    The leather appears to be quality and the stitching is tight and strong.

    I am happy I got it from them.

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    Senior Member - Owner since 2003 Patrick C's Avatar
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    Here's mine in charcoal color. I used contact adhesive to attach it to the frame before installing.
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    Patrick C.
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    Redline Goods Shifter & Handbrake Boot

    I purchased their parking brake boot and really like it. I got it in gray and its a close match to my interior.

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