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    Replacing Shift Knob

    Hey guys,

    I'd like to replace the shift knob on my wife's 2008 wrx. The shift knob she wants is a Momo Super Anatomic 3000 (I think).

    I talked to the dude at the store and he told me it would not fit on her car because it was not a standard transmission. She has a "tiptronic" type transmission and I don't see why it won't fit.

    I looked around but did not find anything regarding this issue. I'm thinking it should just screw on. Does anyone have any suggestions?


    Thanks in advance,
    Brian.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdog253 View Post
    Hey guys,

    I'd like to replace the shift knob on my wife's 2008 wrx. The shift knob she wants is a Momo Super Anatomic 3000 (I think).

    I talked to the dude at the store and he told me it would not fit on her car because it was not a standard transmission. She has a "tiptronic" type transmission and I don't see why it won't fit.

    I looked around but did not find anything regarding this issue. I'm thinking it should just screw on. Does anyone have any suggestions?


    Thanks in advance,
    Brian.
    The diameter of the shift rod for a manual transmission'ed impreza is different than an automatic...hence none of the shift knobs meant for manual transmissions will fit because the thread pitch is different (i think).
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    the entire fastening design is different.
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