Knobs

Australian, European syncros

251 711 141E 01C G,1-4,R

US syncros

251 711 141F 01C L,1-4,R

Have a close look at your knob Bent. Does it have a G for Gelander or L for low?

The US ones may be NLA and the replacement ones may be the "G" ones.

Phill


> On a side note, Aussie Syncro shift knobs and those on American Syncros
> are the same. Those on German Syncros are different. Can anyone tell me
> what's different?
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> BenT
>
I was meaning to write, "Phill is not allowed to guess."

Phill and Greg are both correct. I just assumed OZ would have gotten the English language version. As in the 'G' knob.

Both my current Syncros have 'G's' since both were not originally delivered to the US.


BenT



On Jan 16, 2012, at 8:55 PM, plander@optusnet.com.au wrote:

> Australian, European syncros
>
> 251 711 141E 01C G,1-4,R
>
> US syncros
>
> 251 711 141F 01C L,1-4,R
>
> Have a close look at your knob Bent. Does it have a G for Gelander or L for low?
>
> The US ones may be NLA and the replacement ones may be the "G" ones.
>
> Phill
>
>
>> On a side note, Aussie Syncro shift knobs and those on American Syncros
>> are the same. Those on German Syncros are different. Can anyone tell me
>> what's different?
>>
>>
>> BenT
>>
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