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Unread 08-08-2012, 11:15 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by adampecush View Post
OEM shifter threads are same as wheel studs.

As far as I know, M12x1.75 is not a popular thread. Perhaps he meant 1.5, which I'm quite sure is the wheel studs.
OEM shift knob thread pitch is M12x1.25. OEM Toyota lug nut thread pitch is M12x1.5. Some lug nuts are the same as Toyota shift knobs (Subaru for example), but Toyota ones are not.


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Unread 08-08-2012, 11:27 PM   #12
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I guess this is good to know XD I have a v2 short shifter. I honestly can't remember where the hell I ordered it from BUT my factory shift knob fit nice and snug. Just my two fifths of a nickle...
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so all in all should I just order a trd shiftknob for like an mk4 and hope it fits snug on my short shifter?
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