Scat Bus Shifter (Right Hand Drive) T2 Split 1966–1967 T2 Ba...

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£119.95

Scat Bus Shifter (Right Hand Drive) T2 Split 1966–1967 T2 Bay 1967–1979

JK Part Number: J14341

£119.95

Purchase Information

Availability: On Backorder (This product is currently out of stock but you can order now and we will send it out to you at no extra cost when it becomes available again. UK shipping addresses only.)
Expected Delivery: This product is expected to be back in stock in: 14-21 Days

Description

Quality Scat product. Fits all right-hand drive VW T2 Split Screens from 1966 to 1967 and T2 Bays from 1967 to 1979.

These after market shifters give a closer and more precise gear change as well as looking very cool!

EAN / UPC 5060661047382
Finance Available on This Product Yes
Width (CM - Packed) 17.0
Height (CM - Packed) 10.0
Depth (CM - Packed) 61.0
Manufacturer Scat
Additional Carriage Charge 0.0
Special Order Lead time 3

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Customer Reviews (6)

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  • Brilliant

    Lots of problems engaging gears on 1978 V/W T2 Bay due to play. Installed Scat Bus Shifter and new shift rod front bush. Absolutely hop problem engaging gears now and consider Scat Bus Shifter worth every penny.

    by IanC on 16/04/2014

  • Brilliant purchase

    Saw this item fitted to another V/W T2 and discussed with owner who fully recommended. Purchased item and fitted with only slight difficulty. The once sloppy gear change, is now excellent and even finding reverse is easy. The Scat Bus Shifter was well worth the money and I would fully recommend.

    by IanC on 03/05/2014

  • shifting heaven.

    OH Man if you suffer from a dodgy gear selecter you have got to get one of these babys I:m in gear shifting Nervana, oh and great to look at too.

    by 58paul on 12/06/2014

  • Scat Bus shifter

    Excellent delivery. Very well made, superb gear change and would recommend anyone to fit one.

    by Ron on 16/02/2016

  • Review...SCAT Bus Shifter "Gear-stick" RHD VW T2 Bay window 1973

    Review...SCAT Bus Shifter "Gear-stick" RHD VW T2 Bay window 1973
    Purchased this item from JK to see if it would cure excessive play on the gear-stick and the annoying problem I had of hitting reverse gear when changing down from third to second gear on the move.
    When I received the item there were no instruction in the box on how to fit or adjust the new gear-stick.
    For two nights before I fitted the gear-stick I sprayed WD40 on to the two mounting bolts (you really don't want to snap a bolt) and I also removed the carpet and cleaned round about the mounting.
    You need a 13mm socket or spanner to release two mounting bolts, hold it down while you are releasing the bolts as the spring will push it upwards.
    Remove the old gear-stick/spring and mounting plate, then clean up the linkage and surrounding area ready for the new gear-stick.
    Apply plenty of new grease to the linkage and new gear-stick ready for fitting it.
    First you will need two new 12mm longer bolts as the originals are not long enough, luckily I had two, they are not supplied.
    To fit the new gear-stick you will need 13mm socket for the rear bolt and a spanner for the front bolt, there is plenty of forward/ backward movement on the holes for the bolts but very little movement to the left (passenger side) to right (drivers side).
    Fitted the new gear-stick "as near to the passenger side as I could with the limited movement" and found it difficult to get 1st and 2nd gears, 3rd and 4th were OK and it also jumped out of reverse, tried a small test run and it also still tried to find reverse when changing from 3rd to2nd.
    After examining how the new gear-stick operates it is clear the mounting bracket needed to move further the left towards the passenger side.
    I had two options send it back for a refund or adapt it myself.
    I decided to adapt it myself, YES I know and agree with you that after spending over one hundred pounds you should not have to do this.
    After removing the gear-stick I secured it in a vice and used a round file and made two 2mm centred grooves on the right of the mounting holes in order to move the plate further to the left towards the passenger side, I positioned the mounting plate in the vice so that the metal filings fell away from the greased up linkages and also used a small magnet next to the hole to catch most of them.
    After refitting the gear-stick (further left) I noticed a big improvement when going into 1st and 2nd, it was still sticking slightly but a lot better and it was not jumping out of reverse, after another test run it went up through the gear OK but was still hitting reverse when changing from 3rd to 2nd.
    I decided to take another 2 mm off the plate, so again removed the stick and repeated what I had done the first time, the plate could now move a total of 4mm more to the left.
    I refitted the gear-stick and it worked properly, it was going into to 1st/ 2nd/3rd/4th and reverse normally and in the test drive it was changing up and down the gears with no problems and it had also stopped trying to go into reverse when changing from 3rd to 2nd, success.
    Another problem I had was fitting the gaiter, it has a very tight rubber band sown into the bottom of it, I fitted the stock carpet first and put it under the flange at the bottom of the mounting plate and I then tried to fit the gaiter into place but I could just not get in over the flange, due to it being very tight and stiff to move "believe me I tried".
    I had to remove the carpet and fit the gaiter first, it was still very tight but I managed it and then refitted the carpet which had to be cut and adjusted into place due to the new mounting plate being bigger than the original.
    I hope you found this review helpful and don't let it put you of buying one of these gear-sticks, maybe I was just unlucky and the one you buy will fit straight out of the box with no problems, because now that it is working properly and has eliminated all excessive play I am very please with it and it does look good but perhaps not for the VW T2 purists of there.

    by JD on 26/04/2020

  • Now Know What Gear I'm In.

    It's great and looks great. Never knew what gear I was in and worried about going in reverse. After fitting this and new shift rod front bush (which I recommend) I now look forward to changing gear.

    by paul5141 on 30/04/2020

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Vehicle Compatability

VW T2 Split Screen

Air-Cooled Petrol (1966 - 1967) :

1200cc, 1500cc

LHD, RHD

VW T2 Bay Window

Air-Cooled Petrol (1967 - 1979) :

1600cc, 1700cc, 1800cc, 2000cc

LHD, RHD

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