Shift Knob Thread Pattern/Size

Discussion in 'Interior Modifications' started by gixxerman11, Aug 17, 2008.

  1. gixxerman11

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    #1 gixxerman11, Aug 17, 2008
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  2. Yotaman

    Yotaman "Shortbus"

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    Isn't the thread pretty universal...:dontknow:
     
  3. gixxerman11

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    it says it will a toyato but im not sure
     
  4. Stevenredx

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    it can be referred to in 3 different ways :top:

    - M12 X 1.25
    - 12 X 1.25 mm
    - 12 mm fine
     
  5. Yotaman

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    Can this thread be made into a Sticky??
     
  6. Stevenredx

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    Sure, also changed the title. :top:
     
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    so i just looked at this thread for basically that same style shift knob and i saw the price!!! HOLY **** 237! for a shift knob... ill just go with sage auto's burnt titanium shift knob
     
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    damn i made a pretty trick on on my metal lathe for maybe 2-3$ in aluminum stock. 2hundred whatever is outragous
     
  9. ikantor

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    What do you think about the NRG Titanium ball shift knob. I would post a link, but I dont have enough posts yet to put up a link. I found them by searching on ebay under NRG shift knob. Looks similar, but only $30.....i may pick one up.
     
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    That thing is so bad a$$ I wouldnt even want to touch it and leave my prints all over it. Its TOO nice.
     
  11. Baggins44

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    Anyone know what SAE size for the knob would be?........if there is one :dontknow:
     
  12. prsoldier

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    Hurst Pistol Grip

    This looks and feels great.
     

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  13. donovanbedwell

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    OBX shifter knobs just look race ready! lol :smile:
     
  14. triumphx

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    Huh????:dontknow:
     
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    Look up OBX shift knobs on google or ebay. carbon fiber/chrome
     
  16. X-MOKED U

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    i could not find one that says its the correct fitment for a 06 x
     
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    talk to COUPE hes da mann
     

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