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Hi guys here a few pictures of my red leather seats installed and the red gtr and shift knob Hope you guys like it!

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Old 12-24-2012, 09:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi guys here a few pictures of my red leather seats installed and the red gtr and shift knob

Hope you guys like it!
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Old 12-24-2012, 09:46 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Dang I am totally diggin all that!
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Nice shift knob! I am looking for something in similar size for an MT
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Hey OP,

Did you had to do anything special for the knob to fit?
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Wow! Yes, curious about the knob too. Is it 10x1.25 threaded and does it weigh more than the Z knob?
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No! Perfect fit and its more light than oem!
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Nice interior! Can you message me where or how you got this done? I would love to know! Also, can you tell me how much it cost to have the red seats and the side panel's installed as well. Thank you
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Wow -- looks great!

Are the red seats custom?
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More info on the read seats!
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No! Perfect fit and its more light than oem!
Why would you want a lighter shift knob?
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Does anyone make a perforated red leather kit?
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Nice interior! Can you message me where or how you got this done? I would love to know! Also, can you tell me how much it cost to have the red seats and the side panel's installed as well. Thank you
Thanks for like it! Well I ordered them from leatherseats.com you can choose the color you want and stitching and materials...it cost me $744 shipper with the door panels and I paid $140 for get them installed any other question just ask
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Very well done bro, how difficult was it to change out to the GTR shift knob? Any problems with the shifter button sticking and making the "P" alarm go off? I have the Momo one and occasionally the alarm goes off because the button sticks.
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