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    Hi all I just picked up the complete gear shift controls cables and sub assemblies with vts trim for $110 fron ASV can anyone tell me what I need to remove and refit the Gear nob cause thats all I really wanted ???????????????!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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    Hi Don, I've not had to do it myself, but I think the gear nob just pulls off. Happy to be corrected by anyone who knows better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by don View Post
    Hi all I just picked up the complete gear shift controls cables and sub assemblies with vts trim for $110 fron ASV can anyone tell me what I need to remove and refit the Gear nob cause thats all I really wanted ???????????????!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Well you have the " k "off already, the rest shouldn't be difficult.
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    dont want the Kssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss just the nob
    Ok I stand corrected

    seriously do I need to buy a new shim to refit ?

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    by the way cam hope you will have your vts at the show on 15th july mate

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    I thought they just pulled straight up and off and then you just push it back on the lever. Some of the (k)nobs may have a screw inside to hold the plastic insert on, mainly autos.

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    Hi Don

    (assuming you have a manual C4), the knob pulls straight off. The inside of the knob has a white plastic internal bit that may or may not come away with the knob.
    Pull it straight up. It may take some force whilst rotating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by don View Post
    by the way cam hope you will have your vts at the show on 15th july mate
    Missed last year's show so I'll definitely be there this time.
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    Generally, they require considerable upward force to remove.
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