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Quick question about the stitching on your OEM leather automatic shift knob... what color is the stitching??? Is it a white color like the stitching that comes on the OEM leather seats and center console or is is a greyish color like the color of the leather on the knob???

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Quick question about the stitching on your OEM leather automatic shift knob... what color is the stitching??? Is it a white color like the stitching that comes on the OEM leather seats and center console or is is a greyish color like the color of the leather on the knob???

Thanks in advance!!!
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The actual "stitching" on the knob is virtually invisible as the leather is joined so very tightly -but- when looking at the knob, it is entirely a "grey match;" No white to be seen anywhere !!

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Gary aka "beamg5"
 

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Quick question about the stitching on your OEM leather automatic shift knob... what color is the stitching??? Is it a white color like the stitching that comes on the OEM leather seats and center console or is is a greyish color like the color of the leather on the knob???

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The stitching on my knob is a grey color, similar to the color of the leather. My car is a '14 R/T, so I'm not sure if there is a difference between years/models.
 

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Ok, thanks guys!!! I just upgraded my seats from cloth to the factory R/T leather and noticed that the new leather center console stitching is white but the original is greyish like my shift knob & leather steering wheel. Kinda strange that they didn't match the stitching with the rest of the leather interior???

My leather steering wheel and knob are both upgrades that I did before I did the seats.
 

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The stitching on my knob is a grey color, similar to the color of the leather. My car is a '14 R/T, so I'm not sure if there is a difference between years/models.
Does your leather seats have a white stitching???
 

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Does your leather seats have a white stitching???
Sorry, the stitching matched the color of the leather on the shift knob. I have cloth seats. If I remember correctly from looking at the cars, there was a mismatch of the stitching on the knob vs leather seats.
 

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Sorry, the stitching matched the color of the leather on the shift knob. I have cloth seats. If I remember correctly from looking at the cars, there was a mismatch of the stitching on the knob vs leather seats.
Ok, thats what i'm wondering if with leather seats does the leather knob match or is it still the grey stitching???
 

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Ok, thats what i'm wondering if with leather seats does the leather knob match or is it still the grey stitching???
I'm thinking it's the same design regardless of the interior leather/cloth. Probably saves a bit of money having one universal part for multiple interiors. For me, the leather shifter was only on my car for one week. It's nice, but I immediately went for the chrome t-shifter. It's a sportier and more comfortable so I think you should check it out.

Here's a thread about it with pics:
http://www.challengertalk.com/forums/f39/mopar-t-handle-shifter-automatic-thoughts-53778/
 

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Ok, thats what i'm wondering if with leather seats does the leather knob match or is it still the grey stitching???
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I have the grey leather seats with white contrast stitching -but- as mentioned previously, the shift knob is entirely grey; no "white in sight !!"

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Gary aka "beamg5"
 
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