We mocked up a console using some ¾ by ¾-inch square tube from IMS. That cool gated automatic shifter is a Winters Sidewinder shifter from Wide Open Design. It features no brake interlock, no goofy button to hit to shift gears, and comes with a sealed cable shifter that is impervious to dirt and water. As shipped, it also includes a plastic mount to facilitate floor mounting. The other three sticks that look too long (because we have them mounted too high) are the three shifters for the 4-Speed Atlas. The two to the right of the automatic shifter are the front and rear axle controls and the one to the front of the shifter is the planetary control. We are waiting to route the cables until the exhaust and drivelines are in the Jeep. The last thing we need is shifter cables where the exhaust or driveshafts need to be. Once we route the cables and see how much effort is involved, we will decide if we are going to leave the shifters where they are and trim the sticks or move them closer to the floor.