Also known as a weighted selector shaft. It’s a stock part of the shifter linkage on the MK3 Golf and Jetta made between ‘93 and ‘99. It doesn’t look very German, but it gets the job done. It basically adds a little extra inertia to the push of the shift making the shift feel much smoother.
Apparently it works so well that people with the Mk2 Golf and Jetta are retrofitting their non-weighted shifter rods with these. We haven’t actually done one ourselves but we’ve heard it’s a clean swap, so long as the rest of the linkage is still stock.
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We're not just an internet company; we're a family owned bricks-and-mortar store, and a catalog mail-order company that's been in business for over 30 years. We're real people who drive Volkswagens and know Volkswagens. When you call us, you talk to a real person who's changed out the injection pump on a Rabbit Diesel, or replaced the pushrod tubes on a Beetle. You'll never get routed to some call center in India!
We have a 10,000 square foot warehouse filled with VW parts located in Warren, Michigan. We don't have all of our parts listed online yet, but give us a call at 586-757-2300 and we'll ship you what you need.