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Here is a latest photo of my Stainless Steel Shift Knob designed to fit just like OEM . 2 PC Ball with the base for OEM Boot or Aftermarket Boot , tell me what you think
 

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Looks great. If I didnt have my Nismo Titanium one I would buy one in a sec
 

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Cant get any hotter than my Nismo one chris
 

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Originally posted by zeetoyz@Jan 6 2005, 03:23 PM
Sure here is another shot of it Installed

It looks GREAT!
:thumbsup:

Is your Z knob threaded exactly like the OEM shift knob? Does it screw right on? As you know, there are many after-market shift knobs that offer a variety of plastic inserts to obviously accommodate several vehicles. Those particular items with the added small Allen screws, NEVER remain with a real tight fit. Before you know it, they’re turning with each shift.
 

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Originally posted by zeetoyz@Jan 6 2005, 04:47 PM
Here's the Piston Style Shift Knob

Ooh, I like that one. Reminds me of the blue anodized one I had for my Z32, which I paid $12 for when in Thailand. I couldn't pass it up. Screwed right onto the existing thread and never came off.
 

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Originally posted by SmoothZ+Jan 6 2005, 04:39 PM-->
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@Jan 6 2005, 04:47 PM
Here's the Piston Style Shift Knob

Ooh, I like that one. Reminds me of the blue anodized one I had for my Z32, which I paid $12 for when in Thailand. I couldn't pass it up. Screwed right onto the existing thread and never came off.

WOW! That's terrific! It looks like you managed to get yourself a $104.00 discount for that shift knob.
:thumbsup:
 

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Originally posted by frankmusic+Jan 6 2005, 06:09 PM-->
Originally posted by [email protected] 6 2005, 04:39 PM
<!--QuoteBegin-zeetoyz
@Jan 6 2005, 04:47 PM
Here's the Piston Style Shift Knob

Ooh, I like that one. Reminds me of the blue anodized one I had for my Z32, which I paid $12 for when in Thailand. I couldn't pass it up. Screwed right onto the existing thread and never came off.

WOW! That's terrific! It looks like you managed to get yourself a $104.00 discount for that shift knob.
:thumbsup:

:lmfao: Unless you take into account how much it cost me to get there and back. Now that I think about it, my knob cost me well over $250 for all the fun I had there.
 

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Or is it ? - All that fun for $250.00 and then they threw the gear shift knob in as a bonus?

Order me one them knobs, too!
:lmfao:
 

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My parents paid for the plane tickets from Rome to Bangkok. NWA paid for the tickets from Montreal to Rome. All in all, most of the money spent on the trip was for food and souvenirs.
 

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Originally posted by frankmusic+Jan 6 2005, 03:53 PM-->
<!--QuoteBegin-zeetoyz
@Jan 6 2005, 03:23 PM
Sure here is another shot of it Installed

It looks GREAT!
:thumbsup:

Is your Z knob threaded exactly like the OEM shift knob? Does it screw right on? As you know, there are many after-market shift knobs that offer a variety of plastic inserts to obviously accommodate several vehicles. Those particular items with the added small Allen screws, NEVER remain with a real tight fit. Before you know it, they’re turning with each shift.

The Shift Knob is a direct thread fit , no plastic inserts also they are 1 1/4" shorter than the OEM pc so with the Ball Style you get a easier throw (weighs 1lb) :thumbsup:
 

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Thanks for your reply.
I just visited your site (more Z owners should) and I would really like to add your cool polished Pi-Thon kit someday. That certainly dresses up an engine bay quite nicely.
However, I was wondering about the current availability of your polished W.W.Cap, Power Steering Cap, Radiator Overflow Cap and Radiator Cap Cover for $75.00.
Are credit cards acceptable payment as well?
I do not have PayPal. (nor do I want it)
Thanks! :smiley69:
 

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Thanks , what Color are you looking for? I will take International Money Orders. $70.00 US should cover everything . My e-mail address is
[email protected] I am also reducing my prices on the Pi-Thon Hose Locks kits for the 350Z-Tech members
 
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