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shift knob shaft question

Anyone know the size of the threads on the 05 GTO's shifter
shaft? got a company ready to make me a custom one, but they are asking the previously stated question.



If anyone wants the link to the site here you go...

http://www.twmshiftknobs.com/column/index.html
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Can't speak for the 05 -- but my 04 shaft is NOT threaded. It's simply a pressure fitting.

BTW, when you put your new knob on -- run a piece of electrical tape up one side of the shaft, over the top, and down the other -- prevents the dreaded "shifter knob rattle."
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Can't speak for the 05 -- but my 04 shaft is NOT threaded. It's simply a pressure fitting.

BTW, when you put your new knob on -- run a piece of electrical tape up one side of the shaft, over the top, and down the other -- prevents the dreaded "shifter knob rattle."

thanks for your response, and dang that rattle..... you know i hate em
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