I misspoke... meant the shift arm. I'm just going to cut down the stock shifter as much as I can. I figured I'd take loose the plastic connector (the thing with the C-shaped connectors on each end of it) for the reverse lockout mechanism and then cut down the shift arm just slightly less that that thing's length and then thread the top the same amount as it was threaded prior... then I can simply use a small zip-tie to connect the pull for the reverse lockout and the actual piece on the bottom. With the grinder and cut-off wheels that I bought for cutting the downpipe rear mount "legs", it should make quick work of the shifter. I imagine with a 40% reduction in shift throws from the JBR arm + the height decrease, the overall change should be in the 45-50% reduction in throw distance, don't you guys think?I just did the JBR short throw shifter. At 1-1/4” shorter I couldn’t imagine taking it down 2” more. If you do you’ll also have to get rid of the reverse lockout.