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    My first "mod"!

    ive had my wrx for 2 weeks, bought it used from a dealer, and it did have some mods on the car when i got it (and more that were taken off prior to it being traded in ) but this is the first "mod" that i bought myself for it, so im happy. The previous owner has a knockoff momo shift knob installed, a universal one that had the 3 set screws to tighten it on, well the damn thing would always come loose, so i decided to buy a knob that actually screwed on, so I got this Greddy one
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    another angle. yay, no more loose shift knob...tho i did like the leather wrapped feel, hope this metal one doesnt get on my nerves, as long as it doesnt come loose im happy. I couldnt get it screwed ALL the way on, cuz the set screws from the old knob messed up some of the threads, but thats alright, its mostly on, i have short arms anyways Im sure i'll be gettin a short shifter someday so its no big deal.

    Now hopefully within the next hour or so i'll be going to get my next mod. The replace my left rear tire cuz it has a tear in the sidewall mod Then after that its replace the squeeky brake pads mod. The joys of buying a used car...

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    w00t! Gotta start somewhere. Happy modding, man.
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    haha, thanks. right now it was more outta neccesity, i was tired of that crappy old knob coming loose. just like my new tire was neccesity, just like the new brake pads im probably gonna get next are neccesity, eventually i'll be able to start getting some fun mods but right now its all about gettin the car in order

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    Looks good man. Happy modin it only get more exspensive but well worth it.
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