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Default Shfit boot compatibility

Hi guys, I'm putting a new shift boot up for sale. The 318ti boot has a different part number than the regular e36. From pictures though, they look the same, maybe has different sticthing pattern.

Will the 318ti boot fit on standard e36 cars?
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Hi guys, I'm putting a new shift boot up for sale. The 318ti boot has a different part number than the regular e36. From pictures though, they look the same, maybe has different sticthing pattern.



Will the 318ti boot fit on standard e36 cars?


From what ive seen, no. Other E36ís have an angled frame. The Ti is more square.


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