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      01-25-2010, 02:50 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by JonM View Post
You can buy just a new shift boot skin from LeatherZ. If you carefully remove your stock skin/knob from the plastic ring base, then glue the new LeatherZ skin to your base, you could revert to the stock configuration later if you wanted to. This assumes you would use a new shift knob too, either ZHP or LeatherZ-ZHP or whatever. Boot skins without frames cost a lot less than complete boots. And, they terminate with a neck so it's a little cleaner than if you just cut and zip tie the stock boot.

I can't imagine any scenario where I'd want to go back to stock, but if this is a concern, I'd follow Jon's recommendation.
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