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If it is made for the Toyota Supra it should screw on (my friend has a prelude and his screws on) if its universal it most likley has 3 screws you tighten down.
 
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LMK if that thing feels good to the hand. I like the idea of the counter weight, but I was concerned about the change in feel.
 

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Wrap some lead tape around your stocker, then follow with some tape and maybe some leather for feel. Voila

No dont do this, really
 

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I am not sure about the "most toyota" thing, when my friend got a trust non counter-weighted (i think its made of cheap plastic) his said what car it was made for not "toyota" I would think like a tacoma shift knob would be a lot different than a MKIV one.
 

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how heavy is it? my shift knob is a Momo, big chromed steel ball, pretty heavy.
 

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From GReddy.com:

"Type A fits Most Toyotas, Subaru M12 P1.25 "
"Weighs a heavy 13.5. (most conventional knobs way 4.5-9.5 oz)"

It feels very heavy in hand, but once it goes onto the gear stick it feels great.
 
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