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Conversation Between secono330ci and TiAg2247
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  1. TiAg2247
    06-01-2012 09:43 PM

    I have the same shift knob as yours and have a quick question: how did you get it to sit right? If I install it like any other OEM shift knob, it sits off center and angled towards the left because of the slot on the inside is angled to line up with the shift lever. Let me know if you can help

    PS. Love you car btw, so clean!

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