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Does ne1 kno the thread size for a 2001 Tiburon?? I am gettin the Momo Crystal shift knob with the red tint in it. Heres a pic of it: http://www.momo.it/Momo/pomellieng.html#


<hr noshade width=60% size=1 align=left>2001 red Tibby
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2 10" Rockford Subs
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When u click on the link, click on the drop down menu and click on crystal, its the red one.


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2 10" Rockford Subs
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I don't think you have to worry about thread size with Momo knobs, they don't screw on like the stock knob. I have a Momo Phantom, and the bottom ring screws off and underneath are three allen screws that you tighten to attach the shift knob. There are different rubber sleeves included that fit inside the knob to accommodate different cars.

If you want something that screws on, look for knobs that fit the Miata, they have the same thread size. I like the Voodoo knobs.

http://www.teamvoodoo.com/Voodoo/Knobs.html






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Thanx for the info. coupe2k.


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I have a Vodoo polished aluminum knob I got when I had a Miata. It's basically the first enssential mod a miata enthusiast is supposed to do. Anyway, I was really happy the threads were the same size. It feels great on the tib shifter. Personally, I am not a big fan of the knobs you have to make fit with the little screws.<img src=/images/forums/snitz/approve.gif width=15 height=15 border=0>


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Personally, I am not a big fan of the knobs you have to make fit with the little screws.
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Yeah, I want to switch to the Voodoo. The Momo loosens up after 3-4 months no matter how hard you wrench it on. Plus a billet knob would look sweet!


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Here's the best shifters.

http://www.mooneyes.com/Shiftkn.html

Check out the skull ones, and the "scary shifters".


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17" TSW VX-1's /w Toyo Proxes FZ4
Custom CAI, Vibrant Exhaust, Underdrive Pulley
12" Kicker Competitions, Cobalt amps, MTX powered x-over, phoenix gold cap, clarion cd
 
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