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Posted by Steve Semeraro - http://saabnet.com/tsn/forms/e.ph (more from Steve Semeraro - http://saabnet.com/tsn/forms/e.ph) on Wed, 20 Oct 2004 21:41:04

I recently found a leather shift gaiter and wood knob for my 95 NG900S
convertible. Both are original Saab parts. The gaiter was no problem to
install. When I removed the rubber shift knob, however, there is a white
hard plastic piece that fits on top of the shifter. The rubber knob fits
around this plastic piece, but the wood knob has a narrower opening and seems
to be made to fit on the shifter itself. It is not obvious how the white
plastic piece can be removed. Does anyone have experience with replacing the
original rubber shift knob with a the Saab wooden one? Any advice would be
greatly appreciated.

Many thanks. Steve

1995 NG900S Convertible
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