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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 02-14-2017, 03:13 PM Thread Starter
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Precisely that wheel! With the red stitching. It's on its way in.

If I could sell my damn stock wheels, I'd pick up this shift knob in a heartbeat.

Nice! The steering wheel is gonna look great! Who did you get it through?


I am surprised you can't sell your stock wheels. I sold mine to a buddy with a Mazda 3, they look great on his car!

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I got it through japanparts.com, along with everything else. Seemed like the only decent place to go! They have a pretty good selection on there too, surprisingly.
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Well, I caved. Shift knob on its way. I'll let everyone know how it goes once I get it installed! As always, Mazmart came through with excellent customer service and great pricing. Taking off the A/T shift knob is really easy too. Need a small, thin, flat plastic tool (think trim tool). Insert into the top of the shift knob above the button, wiggle up and down. You'll feel it when the button starts to come out. Pull button off, set aside. Get small hook tool/paperclip, and pull the U-shaped spring out. With that out, lift straight up, and the shift knob comes off! I'm sure installation of the AutoExe piece will be easy too. Here's hoping! Should get it in hand next week.
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Well, I caved. Shift knob on its way. I'll let everyone know how it goes once I get it installed! As always, Mazmart came through with excellent customer service and great pricing. Taking off the A/T shift knob is really easy too. Need a small, thin, flat plastic tool (think trim tool). Insert into the top of the shift knob above the button, wiggle up and down. You'll feel it when the button starts to come out. Pull button off, set aside. Get small hook tool/paperclip, and pull the U-shaped spring out. With that out, lift straight up, and the shift knob comes off! I'm sure installation of the AutoExe piece will be easy too. Here's hoping! Should get it in hand next week.
Nice, I'll be ordering my next month once the weather breaks here in the north plus adding the paddle shifters.

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Well, I caved. Shift knob on its way. I'll let everyone know how it goes once I get it installed! As always, Mazmart came through with excellent customer service and great pricing. Taking off the A/T shift knob is really easy too. Need a small, thin, flat plastic tool (think trim tool). Insert into the top of the shift knob above the button, wiggle up and down. You'll feel it when the button starts to come out. Pull button off, set aside. Get small hook tool/paperclip, and pull the U-shaped spring out. With that out, lift straight up, and the shift knob comes off! I'm sure installation of the AutoExe piece will be easy too. Here's hoping! Should get it in hand next week.
Nice choice with the steering wheel.

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