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Old 03-21-2017, 12:47 PM   #31 (permalink)
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Old 03-29-2017, 06:18 AM   #32 (permalink)
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Thanks for the awesome WC Lathe Werks SS shift knob Jeff. That is one beautiful piece of 'art' work. Now, once the Z is out of winter hibernation comes the fun part. Trying to remove that stubborn OEM shift knob without destroying it or the rest of the Z's interior. Joy!
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Enjoy. Not only does it look great It really does improve the shift feel

Lot's of threads on removing the OEM knob on here. Yes it is a total pain. In the end it might be easiest to have someone hold the old knob and rotate the car around it.

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Enjoy. Not only does it look great It really does improve the shift feel

Lot's of threads on removing the OEM knob on here. Yes it is a total pain. In the end it might be easiest to have someone hold the old knob and rotate the car around it.
How many tuners does it take to change a shift knob?
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How many tuners does it take to change a shift knob?
Well either you drive an automatic or you've never had the privilege of upgrading/changing your shift knob? At his point, I will be happy to have one 'tuner' that can get this OEM POS off without destroying it or the remainder of the Z.
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towel and strap wrench, also remember to remove that stupid washer ring thing or you'll get an annoying rattle.
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Thanks for the heads up Akinari. Worse case scenario, I will give a shout out for assistance to some of my broZ on this forum.

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Bump, price drop on intakes. Make me an offer on the pedal covers.

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Intakes sold, still have pedal covers for any reasonable offer

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