Good choice... that will match the interior nicely!Originally posted by whosthatrussian@Sep 17 2004, 09:35 AM
speaking of shift knobs, this is the one that I ordered a few days ago, and should be arriving today. I sold the other momo shift knob (Combat Evo silver), and bought this one:
Whaddaya think, guys?
ahh... so it will work for auto's. thanks for the update.Originally posted by Alpman@Jul 13 2004, 10:33 PM
The OBX knobs from Scion are interchangeable with the auto. For that matter, any manual shift knob should work just fine. The knob just unscrews. The reason they were able to do this (and yes, it was by design to sell more accessories) is because of the gate shift on the auto. It does not need a release mechanism to release the shifter. The gate shift prevents you from accidentally shifting into reverse. Hope this helps.
sometimes you need to make a sacrafice for looks.Originally posted by LoopyLady_1@Sep 30 2004, 08:37 AM
I don't want an all silver knob that will burn every layer of skin from my poor hands on hot summer days.
Sorry guys, the pics that I took a little while ago came out like doody, so I didn't post them and haven't gotten around to taking new ones.Originally posted by Eric@Sep 30 2004, 01:03 PM
I think most aftermarket knobs are going to sit too high. I tried one on and didn't like it at all... the stock one seems to be shorter and threaded a lot deeper, so it screws down lower. That and most aftermarket ones require an allen wrench to tighten the three screws like the one in my Celica, and I could never get it tight enough, so it comes loose & moves around a lot... looks like Momos are the same...