We all know how cramped the engine compartment in a hot rod can get. First you stuff a big V-8 into a space originally designed to hold an inliner, then you add headers and a steering box to the equation, and empty space becomes downright scarce. Now throw a column-shift steering column into the mix, and things can get right complicated.

Enter the brains at ididit. They’ve come up with a cable-actuated gear selector kit for most GM and Ford automatic transmissions that not only does away with that solid shift rod, but also allows you some flexibility in locating the shift arm at the bottom of the column so you can install it even in the tightest of applications. Originally designed and released to fit ididit’s line of steering columns, they’ve just hit the market with a new kit that’ll fit most popular GM steering columns as well, just so you don’t feel left out. This is the kit that won the Best New Product Under $100 Award at the NSRA Nationals in Louisville, Kentucky, last year. We visited Dagel’s Rods, where Brett Mabray showed us how simple this kit is to install, so belly up and catch a glimpse.

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Dagel’s Rods
Orange
CA
Ididit INC.
610 Maumee St.
Tecumseh
MI  49286