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Damn cool shift knobs...

I blame this on TCdawg. He knows why.

Anyway... Getting ready to pull my e-brake assembly and put in a new one, and I started thinking "Since I'm gonna have the shift knobs off anyway... Why not look at replacing them".

That brought me to a few sites. One of which has some of the most bad-ass looking shift shit I've ever seen. They seem like a stand-up company and it didn't hurt that the owner is a hot-sounding British girl with a thick accent. I wasn't sure how much more I could handle talking with her about pulling and twisting and shafts and knobs and such.

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http://www.hotrodshiftknob.com

Not sure if this one will actually work or not but she claims that it will...
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Maybe you can call her back and tell her that you keep tugging and pulling but can't get it off.

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...Even found one for Kyle!
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Maybe you can call her back and tell her that you keep tugging and pulling but can't get it off.
I'm about to!

"Can you very slowly and softly explain to me in detail what I have to do to get it on?"

"Uhmmm..."

"PLEASE!!!"
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Great... Another thing I have to have. Thanks Stub, I just ordered one.

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Great... Another thing I have to have. Thanks Stub, I just ordered one.
Ha! Very cool... and I bet that they'll only charge you for one!

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She kind of sounded confused and a little grossed out when I mentioned to her that I always liked the Willy's. Oh well.
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this is pretty much what mine looks like.

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I dunno, Chris... I mean... They do have THIS one!
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this is pretty much what mine looks like.
Very cool... especially in that nasty greenish color.

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I'll have to get a pic of it. it gets noticed. LOL
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Does the transfer case shift knob come off the same way as transmission?
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Found Stub's current shifter.

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Found Stub's current shifter.
lmao! If that was mine, I'd never be able to drive... or I'd have to learn how to shift Chelsea's hips. I'll bet reverse would be her favorite.

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Found Stub's current shifter.
this is cool hahahaha... i wonder what will my mom say and reaction if she founds out our car have this kind of knob haha
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Stube, I'm so fucking hurt. Where is the one I bought you a few years ago?
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Shit... I dunno... Ask Chelsea. She's been walking a little funny lately and I don't think she's gone to the bathroom recently.

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...Even found one for Kyle!
Out of stock. I has a sad.
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Uncle Sam -- very cool.

the rest of you -- you just aint right..........LOL
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