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K this may sound retarded but I can't figure out how to install the new shifter I just got!
It's a Ractive Shift Knob.
Comes with shifter, 4 plastic spacer things, 8 tiny screws, 1 tiny wrench.
Here is a picture of everything that I have:


Could someone please tell me how to install the damn thing!!!
 

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1. Unscrew the stock knob. Yes, it twists off.
2. Choose the white plastic cap that best fits the exposed threads on the shifter rod.
3. Unscrew the bottom ring off the Ractive knob. Slide the bottom ring down the shifter rod shaft
4. Slide the Ractive knob on to the end of the shifter. Position to satisfy any preference.
5. insert, tighten the set screws in the bottom of the knob with the included allen wrench
6. Slide the ring back up the shaft to meet the knob, and screw together - hiding the set screws.

Pretty damn easy.
 

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fid a plastic cap that fits over the shift bar tightly. put the shift knob over that. There should be 3 or 4 holes that the little screws go into. those tighten it onto the knob. Use the included allen screw to tighten them. Be carefull not to loose those litle screws, there a pain to find again. Get them tight so that it dosnt come off when your shifting.
 

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Find out which one of the white plastic thingees slides over your shifter and works. You have to unscrew the bottom half of the shift knob. The part that unscrews and comes off, slide that down the shifter. Screw on the white thingee. Place the shift knob on top, and screw the itty bitty screws through their holes and into the white thingee, to hold it on there. Once thats tight, you can bring that bottom metal piece up, screw it on to the rest of the knob to hide the itty bitty screws.

Hopefully that made sense!
 

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baker_jeff said:
:lol:

Guess I spent too much time typing that up!
Here is the finish..........................

Hold onto shift knob when it comes off during hard shift so you dont lose it!

Curse at why you did not use something that screws on instead. 8)
 
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