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      12-14-2012, 04:13 PM   #61
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Originally Posted by dreamspeed View Post
Question, I see that the instructions to remove the stock shift knob is to just pull it up? So are there no threads on the shifter? What is the thread pattern (if there is one).

If there are no threads does that mean you can only replace the stock with with different OEM BMW knobs?

I prefer the solid SS or Ti type knobs. Thanks
You can use a universal type like the Momo knobs. They secure with 3 allen type screws. As mentioned above, BMW knobs snap into place. No Threads
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