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ryans
01-05-2008, 08:59 PM
just a test message.. again.

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<CENTER>If your company has any products that you would like reviewed please email ryan@sromagazine.com for more info. </CENTER></TD></TR>
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<CENTER>&nbsp;Here is the stock Shift Knob.&nbsp; It's kinda ugly but it gets the job done. </CENTER></TD></TR>
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<CENTER>&nbsp;To remove the shifter you must first seperate the boot from the knob.&nbsp; Just pull down really hard to seperate them. </CENTER></TD></TR>
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<CENTER>The stock shifter just unscrews off.&nbsp; Unscrew the shifter to remove it. </CENTER></TD></TR>
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<CENTER>&nbsp;Now I have the aftermarket Momo shift knob in hand. </CENTER></TD></TR>
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<CENTER>&nbsp;The bottom unscrews to reveal 3 allen wrench screws. </CENTER></TD></TR>
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<CENTER>&nbsp;You want to unscrew the screws a bit so it will fit on the car. </CENTER></TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>

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<CENTER>First place the screw off bottom on, then put the knob on top of that. <BR>Now just push down on the shift until it stops.&nbsp; You can try to screw it in there too.&nbsp; Next just tighten the allen bolts evenly.&nbsp; Make sure they all get really tight. </CENTER></TD></TR>

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<CENTER>&nbsp;Now screw the bottom piece up to hide the threads and allen bolts. </CENTER></TD></TR>
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<CENTER>&nbsp;The finished product. </CENTER></TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>