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    Thread pitch on shifter?

    Whats the pitch of the thread on the shifter?

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    M12 1.25
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    Ok everyone keeps saying 12mm which is the shaft diameter but tge 1.25 is throwing me off because there is more than one and a quarter threads in an inch?

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    Dragging up a 4 year old thread?

    Start a new thread and tell people what part you're talking about. Year, model, stock or aftermarket shifter, what is it? Your post with no details on a 4 year old thread doesn't help anybody tell you anything.....
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    I have a stock 05 and was trying to put a new shift knob on and was asking the thread pitch. Everyone was saying it's 12mm x 1.25 and I was thinking in standard but it's metric right?

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    Everything is metric this is a Japanese car. Most American car parts have been standard (i.e. metric) for years too...
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    ok so what is it then?

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    12 mm diameter with a 1.25 (fine) pitch. Go to Lowes or Home Depot and grab 12 mm bolt in 1.75, 1.50 and 1.25 pitch and compare them, It will become readily apparent.
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