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Old 04-19-2001, 04:13 AM   #1
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Default how do you install razo shift ****?

i just bought a little leather razo shift **** and can't get a secure fit. it came with 4 adadpters and a long and short screw and japanese instructions. any tips?
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Default Re: how do you install razo shift ****? (joemama)

I think I have the same exact one you have except mine was suede leather. I hated it. Once I put in one of the adapters, I could never take it off. So I had a loose to goose shift **** over my shifter.

Here's a tip: If you still have the ability to take off the adapters, take the tightest fitting one and try to screw it on your shifter...kinda like make your own threading on the adapters (since it's just flat). Then place the **** over it. If the adapter is still lose, try black electrical tape and wrap that around your shifter. HTH
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