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    Got this neat little shift knob at Auto Zone

    Looks cool, fits the car's style, and it way more comfortable than the stock one. $11.99 at AutoZone in San Antonio TX.





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    Looks good. Just now have to upgrade shift boot too.

    Just now noticed the little differences with DE and SE.

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    BUT... BUT! There are no numbers on it! How do you know what gear you're in?

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        click to view fuel log View my fuel log 2014 Mirage base ES 1.2 manual: 54.0 mpg (US) ... 23.0 km/L ... 4.4 L/100 km ... 64.9 mpg (Imp)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ares View Post
    Looks good. Just now have to upgrade shift boot too.

    Just now noticed the little differences with DE and SE.
    Thanks! And I cannot emphasize enough how much more comfortable it feels. Maybe because I'm 40+. Haha.

    About the trim differences, yep... You get some silver detailing on places like the steering wheel, the dashboard. I think Mitsubishi pulled that off (the silver trim) quite nicely.

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    My question is do the numbers change if you're in Europe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MetroMPG View Post
    BUT... BUT! There are no numbers on it! How do you know what gear you're in?

    Hahaha! It's funny how we just know which gear we're in, without even thinking about it, huh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kerc View Post
    Looks cool, fits the car's style, and it way more comfortable than the stock one. $11.99 at AutoZone in San Antonio TX.

    Interesting fact: In NSW(Australia) That shift knob would be a defect as no H pattern is on the top. To cover this, you must have a H pattern sticker nearby.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kerc View Post
    Looks cool, fits the car's style, and it way more comfortable than the stock one. $11.99 at AutoZone in San Antonio TX.

    What is the size of the shift knob?what is the thread?
    Is it M10x1.5? Or M12x1.75

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    Quote Originally Posted by skajan View Post
    What is the size of the shift knob?what is the thread?
    Is it M10x1.5? Or M12x1.75
    Very interested in this information as well. Please let us know.

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    Hello anybody there? Please give us this information thankyou



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