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slidr Aug 3, 11:33pm - #239450 

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Aftermarket Shift Knobs...

Anyone know some good brands I should browse, other than MOMO? I'm new to the sceen, and wanna check out all that there is.

On a similiar note, what size is the shifter threading in our cars?

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GraSSRooTs Aug 3, 11:49pm - #239451 

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My Sparco Globe-X fit nicely, the knob lined up perfectly with the stock shift boot. Plus, the blue matched my door inserts.

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slidr Aug 3, 11:49pm - #239452 

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Sparco, got ya.

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GTQuentin Aug 3, 11:51pm - #239453 

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Y not momo? I got a momo combat, the grip is perfect. But it retails for $80 but it came w/my car tongue
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slidr Aug 3, 11:53pm - #239454 

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I like MOMO, but I wanted to browse another company's inventory before I buy a knob. I know that I'll buy one from MOMO, and then see a better one somewhere else.

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Steven Aug 3, 11:53pm - #239455 
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shift knobs with any type of metal on them get VERY Hot in the summer time
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gearSHIFTx Aug 3, 11:56pm - #239456 

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Razo makes some nice ones
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slidr Aug 3, 11:58pm - #239457 

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Originally Posted by Steven
shift knobs with any type of metal on them get VERY Hot in the summer time
My car is garaged at work and home, and whenever it sits outside, it's usually at night.

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slidr Aug 4, 12:00am - #239458 

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So far...

MOMO, Sparco, and Razo.

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Stephen Aug 4, 12:03am - #239459 
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Momo...it includes different sized rubber inserts for the knob so it doesn't screw on like the stock one. You just use the appropriate insert to ensure a snug fit, then tighten the three screws on the knob itself.
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slidr Aug 4, 12:09am - #239460 

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Are there any other cars (not including the Scions, Matrixs, and Lotus Elise) that share the same six speed pattern as the GTS?

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