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    Default Gear Knob Removal

    Got A New Gear Knob...How Does Old 1 Come Off ?

    Cheers

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    A damn good pull up mate, some are tougher than others so harsher measure are needed (hacksaws and stuff )

    Good luck, and make sure you know where the reverse spring lands when it eventually comes off!

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    Had A Tug Earlier

    Would`nt Budge...Will Have A Harder Tug Tomorrow

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tam80 View Post
    Had A Tug Earlier

    Would`nt Budge...Will Have A Harder Tug Tomorrow


    Brute force needed

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    Just the knob or the whole gearstick ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by spennny View Post
    Just the knob or the whole gearstick ?
    Just The Knob Spenny...Tried It Again Today...****** Is Solid

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    You've got an issue removing. I've got the issue keeping it on.

    Its so hot here, and the glue obviously has failed, I've got into the car 5 days in a row after work, and the gear knob has been sitting on the floor/in the cup holder/on the drivers seat/on the dashboard / on the passenger seat.

    Whats best to keep it on?

    Back on topic.

    Send your car to Perth for 2 days. Will boil that glue right off mate

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