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    Re: Fulvia S1 gear shift knob.

    in instances like that i like to clamp the wood pieces together and drill a hole the size of what i'm clamping. then line the opening with thin sheet rubber to add grip. i've gotten some pretty delicate parts disassembled that way.
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    Re: Fulvia S1 gear shift knob.

    Good suggestion!
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    Re: Fulvia S1 gear shift knob.

    [QUOTE=Taddraughn;75855]They have to figure out how the ignition switch works first lol.

    Isn't that the truth! Funny

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    Re: Fulvia S1 gear shift knob.

    I had the same issue with the knob on my S1.5 Sport. Days of soaking in penetrating oil had no impact but heat eventually did the trick. All manner of blackish goo leaked out during application of the heat.
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    Re: Fulvia S1 gear shift knob.

    This seems like a good example of "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" - maybe your Fulvia is telling you it wants to keep it's knob . . . or find a white Sharpie and carefully draw your own shift pattern.

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