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Shifter threads

Discussion in 'Accord' started by fastacc, Apr 9, 2008.

  1. fastacc

    fastacc Doin work!!!

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    I know this must seem like a dumbass question, but does anyone know the Size and threadpitch on the shifter of a 95 Accord man trans? I'm trying to order a diff shift knob and they need to know size and pitch. Any help would be appreciated
     
  2. get_nick

    get_nick These snozzberries taste like snozzberries... VIP

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    try calling honda. that is some random info.
     
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    eg6sir Supa Mod Moderator VIP

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    its probably the same as any other honda
     
  4. fastacc

    fastacc Doin work!!!

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    Yea... I know right. The company I'm trying to order it from deals mostly in classic cars, so when I asked if it would fit my Cord they were like.......Uhhhhh, we need that thread. I thought surely it wouldn't be that big of a deal...
     
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    eg6sir Supa Mod Moderator VIP

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    call Honda.. i'm sure they can look it up
     
  6. fastacc

    fastacc Doin work!!!

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    Called Honda. They said they could order me a new knob, but did not have anything to tell them specifics. Dam.
     
  7. get_nick

    get_nick These snozzberries taste like snozzberries... VIP

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    what are you trying to buy? and why are you buying from a classic car company? pic?
     
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    fastacc Doin work!!!

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    If I had a metric tap and die set that would do it. I hate living in the middle of nowhere!!!
     
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    fastacc Doin work!!!

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    Its from the company Gennie Shifter. They have some sweet ass blown glass knobs.Gennie Shifter. My leather knob is about shot and I didn't want a cheap ass Ebay knob. Wanted something a little different
     
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    i see. i have seen some pretty cool jdm shift knobs that are glass. some look like big dildos though. try doing a search and see if you find something that looks similar.
     
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    fastacc Doin work!!!

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    Thanks. I guess I'll keep looking
     
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    YBLEGAL Regular Member w/ Cheese

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    my suggestion, drive it up to autozone and just try fitting different size nuts on it!

    how much easier can it be?
     
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    I think it is 10mm x 1.5 thread pattern, I would go to napa or something and buy a couple nuts just to check.
     
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    hatukazi ambitious...but rubbish

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    take your shiftknob into the hardware store and find a bolt that threads in without cross threading, there's your thread and pitch written on the bin it came out of.
     
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