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Shift boot with Tremec and factory console

Hi, I have a 69 with the factory 4 speed console and I have replaced the Muncie with a Tremec 5 speed. I tried to use the factory boot from OPGI, but the way the shift handle attaches makes the boot stretch too much and it rips very quickly. I placed a photo of the OPGI one that I bought. Does anyone have a factory looking solution, but is taller to accommodate the tremec?

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