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#1 JAMI3D0DG3R89

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Posted 13 June 2012 - 09:12 AM

I have a current stock gear knob and gaiter in my Fiesta 56 Plate Mk6 , it’s really annoying me as in the hot weather the tape under the top went so the silver panel has fallen off. I really want to get a Metal / Leather (or Leather Style) gear knob and Leather gaiter, I have seen on Ford Parts UK they do one for around £60 but I was wondering if anyone had any better suggestions as I would quite like to get a gaiter with blue sticking to match the interior of the car.

Let me know what you guys think the help would be much appreciated.

Jamie

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#2 Stoney871

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Posted 13 June 2012 - 09:45 AM

FORD FIESTA MK6 MK7 FUSION GEAR GAITER BLUE ALCANTARA

http://bit.ly/OxX8Up

FORD FIESTA MK6 2002-2008 LEATHER GEAR SHIFT BOOT GAITER BLUE ST

http://bit.ly/Mrdj5P

Plenty of gear knobs also on eBay, some nice blue trimmed ones are listed.


#3 JAMI3D0DG3R89

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Posted 18 June 2012 - 11:23 AM

I managed to order a new gater and new gear knob (not 100% on the gear knob) however I am still going to change them tonight has anyone one got instuctions on how to get this off and change it, I know the gear knob just unscrews but I am not sure how to remove the old gaiter and attach the new one, photo's would help but good instructions would be better that nothing.

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