Yes, but the stock knob is extremely light. Light knobs on solid shaft shifters (the stocker is a 2 peice shaft) have a tendency to rattle. I've tried various knobs and at least my testing reveals that the heavier....the better. My Momo, for example, is solid brass. There are however, some fixes for rattles if you do a search. I prefer to get a knob "rattle free" without those fixes though.lasmith2112 said:I am not too smart when it comes to some of these mods. Can you use the stock shifter knob on the Hurst Shifter?
Z06GCT said:OK. Large magnet taped to a steel measuring cord did it. Thanks for the help.
I will search for posts, but I have 2 questions:
1. Should I leave the normal stronger spring in place or go to the lighter one ? ( maybe the stronger springs will loosen up a bit ).
2. Should I set the stop screw on the front and rear of the shifter ?
on a scale of 1-10LoneRegister said:How hard was the mod, and how much better is the Hurst?