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Old 06-06-2002, 08:18 PM   #1
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Exclamation Help!!! Problem W/ Hamann Evo Shift Knob

ok i jus got my hamann shift knob & it doesnt fit!! i am xtremely confused bc i posted the question of whether the shift knob fits on an automatic and i got numerous replies that it does fit and now that i received it it's too big and doesnt fit at all!! plz tell me if im doing nething wrong
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Old 06-06-2002, 10:29 PM   #4
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is it jus me or doez the hamann knob sit reallie high up on the shifter...especially w/ the base screwed on. im thinkin of either cuttin the boot so that i can have it slip over the shift knob so it duznt sit to high. has nebodie done this and should i even try???

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Old 06-07-2002, 04:59 PM   #5
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duz nebody have pix of their hamann shift knob from multiple angles bc i dun think im doin it rite...
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here's my victor knob, which is the same as hamann...



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is it jus me or doez the hamann knob sit reallie high up on the shifter...especially w/ the base screwed on. im thinkin of either cuttin the boot so that i can have it slip over the shift knob so it duznt sit to high. has nebodie done this and should i even try???
I saw this happen with my ACS knob too. when it's in park, the shiftboot is too short to cover all the metal, but when in gear it's fine. Fluff up the front of the boot, you can get a little extra material to play with when you do so.
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