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This is a discussion on Shifter Threading within the Drivetrain forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Is the thread size the same for the f-bodies and corvettes? I wanted to buy a Corvette Shifter Knob, but ...

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    Shifter Threading

    Is the thread size the same for the f-bodies and corvettes?

    I wanted to buy a Corvette Shifter Knob, but I don't know if it will fit.

    I'm planning on putting it on a Pro 5.0 and Lou's Short Stick.

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    No, the threads are different from the 'vettes to the fbody.

    There is company does make the vette knob fit on fbody's though and is the one Im gonna probably buy later on.

    If you google it you can find it, but I don't believe they are a sponsor.

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