Winters C4 Shifter

Item #: 8353
The Winters shifters are the most durable and dependable Automatic Transmission shifters we have ever used.
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We tried the others and came to the conclusion that the Winters shifters are the most durable and dependable A/T shifters we have ever used. In our opinion, there simply is nothing better. Get stuck on a rocky hill where you need to get the transmission back in reverse with some of the lever lockout type shifters and you will see why you need the Winters. The same shifter can be used in standard pattern P R N 3 2 1 or competition pattern P R N 1 2 3.

The shifter comes with the shifter housing. Many people choose to do custom installs and make their own covers or mount the shifter in a custom tunnel.

WARNING: This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm.
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Winters C4 Shifter
Item #: 8353

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Shifter
Jun 20, 2018  |  By Brian Reeder
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Shifter was delivered as described. Very good quality!

Reverse shifter
Jun 27, 2017  |  By Justin Uiterdyk
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Turned out grate.. thanks guys

Shifter
May 12, 2017  |  By james heckathorn
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This is a quality shifter that was an easy install as well. i am very pleased with this product.

Winters C4 Shifter
Nov 3, 2012  |  By DM
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High Quality Shifter

Very nice work of art
Jun 1, 2011  |  By fuzzy2133
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This is a shifter that will stand up to some serious abuse. Very nice workmanship and design. I cant wait to get out on the trails again knowing that I will not have any transmission linkage problems.

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