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Jul 13, 12:37pm - #27175 
shift knob

ok i just bought a new shift knob and it doesn't have the threads for me to screw on to the shifter,can I take out the white thing that is in my stock shift knob and put it on my new one? if so how would i do this?

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Jul 13, 1:39pm - #27176 
come on people i need help

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Jul 13, 4:44pm - #27177 
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Jul 13, 5:23pm - #27178 
hmmm, aftermarket shift knobs should come with the plastics where you can screw in, it doesnt come with it? what kind of shift knob?


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Jul 13, 5:43pm - #27179 
Originally Posted by Street Prototype
hmmm, aftermarket shift knobs should come with the plastics where you can screw in, it doesnt come with it? what kind of shift knob?


it's a pilot, you guys may not have heard of it but billy knows what i'm talking about and he said it's like the momo knobs

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Jul 13, 6:21pm - #27180 
ok time for some pics

heres the shift boot

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Jul 13, 6:21pm - #27181 
the shift knob

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Jul 13, 6:24pm - #27182 
ok this picture shows the hole in the bottom of the shift knob that the little screw like thing goes into so it can securly fit hold itself on the shifter

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Jul 13, 6:25pm - #27183 
this pic shows the little screw

hehe i had to use a flashlight because otherwise it looked like a bug

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Jul 13, 8:15pm - #27184 
the complete set

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Jul 14, 7:49am - #27185 
you have to just screw that little screw REALLY tight against the shifter.

Sucks, because it'll start to spin in a couple months and leave marks and stuff.

After market non thread knobs = puke


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Jul 14, 7:51am - #27186 
Originally Posted by DiabloGTS
you have to just screw that little screw REALLY tight against the shifter.

Sucks, because it'll start to spin in a couple months and leave marks and stuff.

After market non thread knobs = puke


I agree...I want a new shift knob, but it has to be the kind that screws on completely ... none of this set screw thing.

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Jul 14, 7:57am - #27187 
yep that's why i am buying a TRD knob to screw on...but anyway, that knob goes on the same was as a Momo.
It should have a rubber fitting thought that would be placed over top on the top of the shift rod. Then the shift knob shouold fit over that so it stays on...no wiggling. THe small screw is to hold it like a Momo...it just screws and holds itself on the shift rod...my momo comes loose sometimes but it is pretty tight...you can't be that aggressive with it.


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Jul 14, 7:57am - #27188 
Originally Posted by RicePowered
Originally Posted by DiabloGTS
you have to just screw that little screw REALLY tight against the shifter.

Sucks, because it'll start to spin in a couple months and leave marks and stuff.

After market non thread knobs = puke


I agree...I want a new shift knob, but it has to be the kind that screws on completely ... none of this set screw thing.


you guys think i could take out the little plastic threading off my stock shift knob? how would i do this? it's in there pretty good

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Jul 14, 8:00am - #27189 
Originally Posted by IcEd blUe
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Originally Posted by DiabloGTS
you have to just screw that little screw REALLY tight against the shifter.

Sucks, because it'll start to spin in a couple months and leave marks and stuff.

After market non thread knobs = puke


I agree...I want a new shift knob, but it has to be the kind that screws on completely ... none of this set screw thing.


you guys think i could take out the little plastic threading off my stock shift knob? how would i do this? it's in there pretty good


I just looked at mine and I have no clue how you would get that out...plus how do you know it's going to fit into the Pilot shift knob?
All you really need is the rubber fitting to make it work...maybe you can find one at a shop somewhere that sells shift knobs?


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Jul 14, 8:02am - #27190 
yea i'm sure it's gonna fit..i hope lol yea it'll fit hmm maybe i'll check at pep boys or something

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Jul 14, 9:51am - #27191 
My Isotta has a thread ring (thats held on with 3 of those little screws) that you put on your shift first then the knob screws onto it. Has never come loose!

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