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    Good place to buy shift knobs?

    Anyone know of a site that has a large selection of shift knobs at good prices? I like the momo leather/aluminum ball looking knob, and the prodrive knob. If you guys could post some sites that carries those two or something of the like I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks.

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    www.vividracing.com

    i want something that screws on like factory... momo is nice but its a universal.
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    So does it hold with an Alen key or what?

    Isn't vivid racing a little pricey???
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    i dunno about vivid, they have a good selection thats all... probably the best prices can be found at www.optauto.com

    and yeah these knobs have the screws that you need the allen wrenches to screw on. its not a direct stock replacement. Prodrive, Kartboy, GReddy, and STi are the only ones I know of that are stock replacements that are threaded and screw on directly.

    anyone know about sparco knobs???
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    I just put in a Momo Raptor and the Momo leather shift boot. Just a quick note on the shift boot... the Momo comes with elastic around the base and will not fit as is. The factory boot is held on by a plastic rectangular piece which attaches by six plastic posts with metal clips on them... it doesn't work well with the Momo. I just broke off the plastic posts and glued in some bolts so I had something to work with. Then I cut down the leather boot so it exactly fit the rectangular piece (shorter on one side so it angles back, no more elastic) and put 6 holes in it for the screw. A few washers and nuts and it fit in perfectly. Not the easy install I was hoping for but a I just couldn't put the factory boot next to the sweet Momo knob. No one wants to get a $50 leather boot and cut it to pieces, but it looks great... the boot screws right on to the base of the knob and seamlessly fits hole.

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