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Old 08-21-2003, 01:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Ive been trying to redo my interior. I have been looking around for some shift knobs most of the AC Schnitzer knobs retail for about 250. I found one site www.custombmw.net that has them for 99. It seems kinda shady though because it says its a start up site. Has anyone ever dealt with them? How can I be sure this isnt a trick and they wont : run off with my money? Can anyone recommend another site with AC shift knobs?

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yeah that sounds a little shady..go to bavauto or try this one out
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Can someone post other shifters for the automatic?????
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