Re: [DML] remove shif knob
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Re: [DML] remove shif knob

You might try using something similar to an oil filter wrench I used to
have (it vanished on me at some point like my tools usually end up doing
:P) Basicly what it consisted of was a metal handle with a rubber strap
you used to circle the oil filter and under the other end. Friction held
it in place as long as you pulled the handle in the direction you wanted
it to turn. It seems like i've seen commercials for a tool similar to
this within the past couple of years. Was called a strap wrench or
something like that.  Sounds like an alternative to use when you'd
rather not resort to vice grips..

Chris Murley
VIN# 03209

Alistair McCann wrote:

>I have this same problem and think that the guy before me glued his on... I
>really want to change the shift boot and was wondering how to get around
>this if I cant get the gear knob off??
>Alistair McCann.

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