Issue I had was the bezel whould not click in place, I now believe it was a issue of not seating the bezel first by the cup holders. The reason i now have screws is I used square dowel rods, attached the leather with contact cement to the dowels and then screwed the dowel rods to the bezel. I kinda like the screws look, or maybe I have a screw loose. I don't have a part number, I just when't to my Mopar dealer and asked for a replacement shifter for a 2010 challenger 6 speed, I got lucky they had one in black, there is grey leather boots out also. I paid 118.00 for mine, I think you can get the kit for under 90 if you looke hard. Anyone want a 6 speed shifter free let me know, I'm using it for a paper weight, you pay shipping.
do you have issues downshifting in auto stick? i did the same thing and need to find a way to keep the leather tucked down nice and tight. if not it makes tough to shift to the left the car doesnt like to shift on its own in autostick,,,lurches forward
I did this exact same mod and had no issues getting the bezel to clip into place. Did you take the PRND plate off? Because in order for me to get mine to fit properly I had to remove that whole assembly and it fit right in.
I did this mod in my last car, partly because I hated the T-Shifter, partly because the look of a leather sleeve is much nicer than what automatics are stuck with. I'd consider doing it again, but I'll probably just settle for the pistol grip.