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silvergt0079
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Jan 28, 6:51am - #92183 
shift knobs?

I just bought a b&m ss and was wondering what kind of shift knobs will fit. I have read on some post that the TRD and stock knobs will not fit. I just wanted a more definent answer on the issue. Thanks

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Jan 28, 10:11am - #92184 
any shift knob will fit and i recommned a TRD grin


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Jan 28, 11:04am - #92185 
Just ordered last night Sparco Globe-X...
It will looks good with my blue interior.

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Jan 28, 1:15pm - #92186 
i like that sparco knob to smile
plz tell me if you like ikt or not.

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Jan 28, 1:20pm - #92187 
I ordered that like 3 days ago. Sparco Globe in blue, it fits the stock shift boot prefectly.


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Jan 28, 2:00pm - #92188 
Ok tnx

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Jan 28, 3:13pm - #92189 
Good choice on the Globe-X thumbsup I have the black one with the preforated grip and I love it! Linked Image

Fits the stock boot perfectly and has a nice weight and feel to it. Here's a pic of someone else's car with a ss.
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I also decided I would get these pedals to match it. Linked Image
They weren't a great fit due to our pedals.


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maryland
Jan 28, 5:15pm - #92190 
i plan to get the same sparco pedals . But i wanna make clear that they will replace with the old stock pedals right ? They are not gonna put on the old ones ? If i am gonna put them on the old ones , they will look weird ? Any suggestions ?

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Jan 28, 5:18pm - #92191 
the clutch and brake are replaced... the gas is covered.

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Jan 28, 5:22pm - #92192 
do you know any pedal set that can be switched totatlly ? I know gts pedals but they are expensive like around $100 . Appreciate ur help

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Jan 28, 8:09pm - #92193 
Originally Posted by aykut

i plan to get the same sparco pedals . But i wanna make clear that they will replace with the old stock pedals right ? They are not gonna put on the old ones ? If i am gonna put them on the old ones , they will look weird ? Any suggestions ?


I had the stock pedals. The break and clutch pedals have rubber peices on the fronts that slip off and metal pedals underneath. The metal pedals are attached to the arms and can't be taken off. The gas pedal is rubber/plastic and is attached to the arm by a pin in the back. To attach the sparco pedals you have to drill holes into the stock pedals (with break and clutch rubber pads removed) and then bolt the sparco's onto the top of them. The problem with the sparco pedals is the fact that the bolts go through the middle of the pedals and on stock pedals the arms are attached in the middle. So you have to offset them slightly to the right. Also you cannot attach the middle bolt of the gas pedal (see pic above) because the pin attachment on the back of the pedal is in the way, So I cut the head off of the bolt and glued it in for looks. They look pretty good when done and I'm happy with them overall. The break is a little close to the gas for me but I have size 14's rolleyes

Sorry for such a long post.


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