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This is a discussion on Bump stops / overthrough?? within the Manual Transmission forums, part of the Drivetrain category; I got a short stick that I am going to install. I was wondering how to install these "bump stops," ...

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    Bump stops / overthrough??

    I got a short stick that I am going to install. I was wondering how to install these "bump stops," or if they are necessary, or if they are already there? I saw some posts on other threads that with a short stick there is danger of "overshifting"? Is there any truth to this, if someone could set me straight that would be great?
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    The bumpstop adjustment is necessary when you replace the whole shifter with an aftermarket one.
    If you are just replace the stick on a stock shifter assembly. then you don't have to worry about it

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    thanks, i just switched it out.

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