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Now that i've figured out how I'm going to do my install in my camaro (thanks to y'all's help), next I turn to my pickup that I'm about to trade my current truck for. Right now it looks like it'll be either an 03 GMC Sonoma or an 03 or 04 Dodge Dakota. Whichever one I get will have a manual tranny so I'd like to hear some ideas on both of them. I've gotten some great advice from y'all in the past so I'm expecting some good stuff now as well :). Thanks in advance
 

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yeah I understand. right now assuming it stays long enough it's gonna be a 98 Dodge Dakota with a manual and 4x4. got the old manual 4x4 shifter though so that would make even less space than just the tranny shifter
 
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