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This is a discussion about Air shifter bracket with vortex rearset within the Spencer Cycle Customers Forum section, where you will This forum is open to all Spencer Cycle current and future customers; I'm using your air shifter bracket with my stock gen2 busa rearsets. The vortex shift rod is too thick to fit in the clevis. The rod is also female so it doesn't attach to my

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    I'm using your air shifter bracket with my stock gen2 busa rearsets.
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    The vortex shift rod is too thick to fit in the clevis. The rod is also female so it doesn't attach to my shifter knuckle.
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    The stock rod is male. What do I need to either make your bracket work with this or do you sell something different?
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    I took my clevis to a machine shop. They drilled the hole to make it bigger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BATTMAN View Post
    I took my clevis to a machine shop. They drilled the hole to make it bigger.
    Does your shift rod have female ends?
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    mine has male ends

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    I need to replace this part with a female end so I can use a different rod.
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    Or replace this with a male end.Name:  ImageUploadedByTapatalk1396092888.023883.jpg
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    I just went out to the garage and looked at mine. Mine has female ends. My rear sets came with everything needed. Both ends were included with the rod.

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    Maybe Spencer Cycle has something. If not I'll call Vortex.
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    We do not have anything in the shape of shift rods.... to use that vortex rod you are going to need to make the hole bigger..
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpencerCycle.com View Post
    We do not have anything in the shape of shift rods.... to use that vortex rod you are going to need to make the hole bigger..
    The hole in the clevis right?

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    If you drill that out big enough to use there shift rod there will not be any material left !

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    yes...but what si the size of the rod you have (vortex) ?
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    Got it to work.

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