Ax 5 Gear Shifter With Knob Jeep Tj Wrangler. on 2040-parts.com
Hampton, ON, Canada
Used Jeep TJ AX 5 Gear shifter does come with knob (not shown in the pictures.
came off smooth running Jeep TJ. Please view all pictures closely to see overall condition
of the part. some surface rust due Canadian climate . Other wise good working part.
As shown in the pictures, pulled off running Jeep TJ.
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