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This is a discussion on shifter knob within the Camaro / SS forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; how do i get the stock sfter knob off? its the leather wrapped ball not hurst.......

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    how do i get the stock sfter knob off? its the leather wrapped ball not hurst....

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    Unscrew it... assuming it's an M6.

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    unscrew it. its got lock tight on it so you have to give it a pretty hard twist

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    If it's an auto, there is a slot in front of the knob base where it goes over the lever. Inside that slot is a "U" shaped clip. With a mini regular (flat head) screwdriver, or pick, pick out the "U" and the knob will pull strait off.. Slide the new knob on and push the clip back into the slot till it stops..
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    i test drove an SS the other day...its a leather wrapped knob...and it spins freely...how would i get that off?

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    yea its an m6 and yea its on there pretty tight

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkrider02 View Post
    yea its an m6 and yea its on there pretty tight
    Just twist away!!

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    its wont break the actual shifter would it?

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    Not its not gonna break it, that ball would give far before the actual stick would. (also, thats what she said).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spikito View Post
    i test drove an SS the other day...its a leather wrapped knob...and it spins freely...how would i get that off?
    I've got the same shifter in my car, hate it. Just keep spinning it counter clockwise and it'll come off. The best time to do it is when the inside of the car is really hot. The metal expands and doesn't allow the ball to freely spin.

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