Ford "GT350/GT350R" Shift Knob with a 6-Speed Shift Pattern and Red Accents for all 2015, 2016 and 2017 V6, EcoBoost and GT Mustangs.
Many 2015-2017 V6, EcoBoost and GT Mustang owners have had their eyes on the shift knob that is standard on the GT350 and GT350R. But unfortunately have found out that the thread pitch on that shift knob is NOT compatible with the OE thread pitch found on their S550. Well CJ Pony Parts has solved this dilemma!
This Ford "GT350/GT350R" Shift Knob (P/N: FR3Z-7213-C) with a 6-Speed Shift Pattern and Red Accents will ship to you with the correct 12mm x1.25 thread pitch. Now you can have this genuine Ford Part, which is originally found only in the GT350 and GT350R, in your 2015-2017 V6, EcoBoost or GT Mustang. You will retain all functionality with your factory shifter and most aftermarket shifters on the market today. The leather grip, black chrome accent, red trim ring and red inlaid shift pattern will surely set off the interior of your Mustang.
Features and Benefits:
- Genuine OEM Ford Part
- Originally Found on the GT350 and GT350R
- 12mm x 1.25 Thread Pitch for ALL V6, EcoBoost and GT Mustangs
- Retains Factory Reverse Lock-out Feature
- Compatible with Aftermarket Shifters
- Leather Grip with Black Chrome Accent
- Red Trim Ring with Red Inlaid Shift Pattern
- We Recommend Thread-Locker for a Secure Installation
Please Note: After we make our modifications to the shift knob, there is a black ring that will need to be removed for proper installation. Once this piece is removed from your new shift knob, it is unused and can be discarded.
*Does NOT work with Barton Shift Boot Retainer without modification.
*Will NOT fit GT350 and GT350R.
Manufacturer Part Number: FR3Z-7213-C
The Ford Mustang consists of thousands of different parts. Throughout every generation of the car, the Ford Motor Company has made many of their Mustang parts internally, meaning if you're looking to replace a part on your Mustang, there's no better source than the OEM parts from Ford. CJ Pony Parts offers hundreds of parts from Ford for all years of Mustang, so you should have no problem finding exactly what you need.
Order the Ford "GT350/GT350R" Shift Knob with a 6-Speed Shift Pattern and Red Accents for your 2015, 2016 or 2017 V6, EcoBoost or GT Mustang from CJ Pony Parts today!
Product ReviewsWrite a review
I'm having an issue with clearance on the stock reverse lockout and the Steeda Tri-ax lever. Is there anything I can do to make it fit, other than backing the knob off 5 or 6 threads and using loctite?
Will this work with a MGW race spec shifter?
Is it ok to use it with Barton Industries Short Throw Shifter GT 2015-2017 (the short shifter works with stock knob ok, so I suppose one may use this GT350 knob instead)?
Why will this not fit the 2014 GT? It's listed as the same thread pitch.
Hi, will this fit the Fiesta ST?
probably a silly question but does this fit on the 13-14's. I have a 14 GT stock shifter setup and would love this as an upgrade
Will the GT350 shift knob fit on a 2016 Focus RS?
hi there, i have the ford racing short throw shifter installed in my 2015 gt. will this shift knob fit that? is it the same thread pitch?
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We take the original Ford GT350 knob and we drill out and tap it for the correct 12 by 1 1/4" used on your GT, V6 or EcoBoost. To install it, all you'll want to do is remove this ring as the lock out is a slightly different size. Just remove that, unthread your factory knob, and thread this in place. Installation couldn't be easier. Grab your factory knob. Rotate it counter-clockwise. Now what you'll want to do is get a bit of Loctite. Put it on the threads. I recommend the blue as you'll have some chance of getting it off in the future where the red would be pretty much almost permanent unless you use a large wrench. Now we'll thread on your new knob. You can see the threads are now exactly the same as the original. I should mention here you remove that ring before you threaded this on. That will allow you to clear the factory lockout. In the case of our car, we actually have the Barton billet lockout which is a little bit thicker. This will not clear the billet unless you actually grind this down a little bit for clearance. If you run the stock lockout though, no problems at all, it will thread right on.
What you'll want to do is thread it until it stops. Until it bottoms out. You might get lucky, it might be perfectly straight put it's probably not going to be. Once you get there, just turn it back until it's straight. Let it set up for about an hour or so with the Loctite, and the installation's finished.