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TF? Mine is D73 with a build date of 5/10/2013(day after my B Day)
You were born in 2013? Never saw a 1.5 year old drive before!!!! LOL Sometimes I am quick enough to pick up on things like that and enough of a smart*** not to leave it you mean you were born 5/11. I am in a rare mood today. Maybe bc of a job interview on Monday. Getting a little annoyed with my current job even though I will be starting year #18 in January.
 

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You were born in 2013? Never saw a 1.5 year old drive before!!!! LOL Sometimes I am quick enough to pick up on things like that and enough of a smart*** not to leave it you mean you were born 5/11. I am in a rare mood today. Maybe bc of a job interview on Monday. Getting a little annoyed with my current job even though I will be starting year #18 in January.
LOL nope I got grey hairs starting to sprout. My B day was the 9th and I was hung over that *Friday my car was built. Not sure if they partied as hard as I did to account for the random issies I had in the beginning of ownership.

I kinda want to see if mine spins but once you do you can't go back on the process. B2B would be up before I could go back in for it.
 

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what can the people with press fit shifter knobs do? shaft change?
thread revival.
If you have a press fitted knob, buy a die tap, 12x1.25, and thread it. Buy corresponding knob, and a reverse lock out ( available from sick speed and other manufacturers ) thread the reverse lock out on first, to a position where the reverse lift still engages, then our shift knob on, and you’re good.
 

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thread revival.
If you have a press fitted knob, buy a die tap, 12x1.25, and thread it. Buy corresponding knob, and a reverse lock out ( available from sick speed and other manufacturers ) thread the reverse lock out on first, to a position where the reverse lift still engages, then our shift knob on, and you’re good.
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