My 4x4 conversion was done on a pretty tight budget. Crawling around looking at some unrelated stuff I found one of the corners that my have been reasonable to cut in the desert it came from, but that I'll want to re-do it it ever does start snowing again in Tahoe.
This is the shifter boot, sealed against the top of the carpeting leaving the pad to soak any moisture that might get near it:
What's the right way to do this?
Pull the boot through the bottom and seal it against the underside?
Pull only the carpet and pad up and seal the boot against the floor from the top?
My first instinct was to pull it through and seal from the bottom, but the hardware (and every picture I can find) really looks like it should be from the top.
Either will be fun since the floor isn't flat there, but somewhere between bending the bracket to fit and caulk I'll make it work.