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    Removle of gear knob

    How do you remove the alloy gearknob on the Astra coupe turbo?

    Mine is bably worn and there are no grub screws that I can see to allow me to remove it.

    I know on the normal ones its a case of cutting the old one off but what about the alloy ones?
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    Have you ever tried 'cutting' alloy lmao

    I know you have to cut/twist/pull the normal ones off but this is alloy
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    When you find out how easy it is to remove let me know as i'm thinking of changing mine
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