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Old 09-01-2010, 10:57 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Have an '87 Samurai and the shift knob was missing when I got it. I am just wandering if anyone has one that they would sell me. Thanks
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Bunch of shift knobs here;
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Old 09-01-2010, 09:40 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Some Toyota and Nissan shift knobs will work.
My old Sami had a orphan knob from a 3 speed somewhere, but it still kept my hands from bleeding on the fast shift. Most knobs at Pic-ur-Part are dirt cheap.
Some guys drill and tap a billiard ball for the job.
If u get a plastic threaded one u can jam the threads to make it work.
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I put an Eaton Roadranger 15 speed knob in my Zook
It was lying around at work, I think the valves are no good

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Ebay has a ton for 10 bucks and under
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How do you get the shift knob off on a SX4 manual transmission?

I have a new knob, but can't figure out how to get the old one off.

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Mine was aftermarket and it was falling off. I went and bought one at Walmart (around $15). It has three little set screws that are supposed to keep it on there tight. They don't. The new one's better than the old, but I really wish I had an OEM.
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