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Old 09-11-2014, 07:02 PM   #1
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Question Tickford Adaptive shift image

Hi all
I have been looking for a good Tickford Adaptive shift image.
The ones I have found are very clear.
Does anyone have a good photo (or can someone take a clear image if you have one?
This is the best I have found

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Opps Are NOT very clear. I want something I can print/copy..
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Fifst time I've seen one Uncle Ken, where would you normally see that logo?
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Right by the T bar auto on XR6 and XR8 AU Falcons. They're stuck on and are notorious for going missing.
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Yes very hard to find. I'm want to try and make my own using resin and a colour printer. Hence I'd like a clear image I can print and cover with resin.

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I have been looking for a good Tickford Adaptive shift image.
The ones I have found are very clear.
Does anyone have a good photo (or can someone take a clear image if you have one?
This is the best I have found
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Hey Uncle Ken, I'm not sure if you're aware but that is a Series 1 Adaptive badge. Series 2 onwards featured a much more restrained badge (as below)

Only important if you're a stickler for detail I guess.

I've got a S1 badge on our ute (they're much nicer). I'll take a nice pic on the weekend and post it up.
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Hey Uncle Ken, I'm not sure if you're aware but that is a Series 1 Adaptive badge. Series 2 onwards featured a much more restrained badge (as below)
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Only important if you're a stickler for detail I guess.

I've got a S1 badge on our ute (they're much nicer). I'll take a nice pic on the weekend and post it up.
Thanks very much , I didn't know their was a series 1 badge different to the series II,
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Well there you go...never knew they existed!
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I always wondered what went into that blank spot ��.
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Only important if you're a stickler for detail I guess.

I've got a S1 badge on our ute (they're much nicer). I'll take a nice pic on the weekend and post it up.
Where's the pic, Where's the pic, Where's the pic,

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There is a mob in Melbourne who can re produce these. Duro lenz I think their name is.

If you give them the best sample I think they could get it spot on.
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Thanks, a clear image is the key.

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series 1 & 2 badges :

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UK, Will share the costs for a sticker for my car. Prefer the SERII!
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I could get these done by my badge supplier easily.
Wouldn't cost much either, except for the master.
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Are you sure they are all no longer available? I picked up mine a few years ago now, was only about $14 from memory.
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Thanks for the pics

I worked on this today.


Will go to work on the series 1
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I could get these done by my badge supplier easily.
Wouldn't cost much either, except for the master.
Sox I'll give you a shout when I think it looks OK.
I'll try and get the wording to look more 'metallic'
IF we can get a batch done will check with the forum mods and make a group buy. BUT lets get the look right first
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Sox I'll give you a shout when I think it looks OK.
I'll try and get the wording to look more 'metallic'
IF we can get a batch done will check with the forum mods and make a group buy. BUT lets get the look right first
So far its been fun
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Don't waste your time mate, I can show them my badge and they'll be able to make an exact copy.

If we can get a hold of the series 2/3 one, we can do the same.
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Series 1 clear text
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You've got your series mixed up uncle ken. The red black is from series 1.
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OK didn't know that.
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OK so I had some fun today..
Cardboard, laminate and ....

and then

and then

Now just have to get use to it. You don't see it much from the drivers side.
It will be interesting to see if the laminate breaks down with the heat in summer.



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Well lads the simple Tickford Adaptive shift image has stayed OK and it looks better than nothing. I am happy to give away copies. I could make some up send to a contact interstate and people could collect from a central place. I'm in Sydney so I'll make some up in both Series 1 and II-III style.
Can anyone thing of an easy way to share these around?
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Hey uncle ken,I would most certainly be interested.just a hop away in Nowra. AU s2 tickford xr8 with an empty spot where I thought a button went on flashier models
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Hey Uncle_Ken, i know its a long shot but did you end up getting some of them Tickford Adaptive shift decals done, for the series 1 and would you have any left and if so wat would cost be, im after the red and black decal one cheers m8, i know its been a while but got a m8 restoring his EL XR8 and that decal is missing.
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I wouldnt mind one too UK, if available & its series 1 compatible. Let us know if its a goer UK & a price etc.

Since old mate above is asking, i thought I'd jump on the bandwagon if more than one is available.

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Below are the images I ended up with and a MS Word Doc with the correct size.
As I said I just printed them at work on the nest photocopier and then laminated it, cut to size and used 2way tape to secure.
The Black looked the best but it was better than nothing.
Have not looked at creating a 'button' yet.
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And these are saved on the forum so they wont get lost.
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