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Old 05-01-2010
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Shift ****

How do I remove my shift ****. I've tried twisting it with my hands and nothing. Was wondering if there was a different way or is mine just really on there...
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Pull really hard it is pressed on.
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thanks
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hmm. So it seems to be held on with super glue and duct tape....
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I just cut mine off an put a aftermarket **** in the place of it
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Yeah, that's what I'm trying to do, but I would rather not have to cut anything...
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i cut aswell, also torched it lol cutting worked the best.
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How do aftermarket ***** attach. The old Allen key method?
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yes sir most of them
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That sucks
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