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Let's see your favorite shift knobs

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by roosters hot rods, Nov 1, 2008.

  1. Obsessedwithchop
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  2. Merlin
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  3. Hubbcat
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    sorry obout the ot ,but what are the seats from? they are great.
    Having a 52 pick up and the cab seems crouded,this look totaly open and air`y
     
  4. Here is my skull with a pompadour knob for my truck. Also have a resin skull that I bought from Fritz.
     

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  5. Hubbcat
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    Whant one raight now,Please
     
  6. Tommy's Cycle
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    Another 8 Ball Shift knob finished. Hand carved African Blackwood with Maple and aluminum inserts.
     

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  7. Who is Fritz lol I want one of these
     
  8. redsean
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    wow simply amazing
     
  9. The skull with pompadour isn't by Fritz. I have another knob..it's just a skull. Search members: Fritz
     
  10. hrm2k
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    I just got the first ever HAMB knob from saxman here on the HAMB. It should look great on my T. There are going to be a total of 15 made...........14 to be sold.......simply way cool

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  11. CutawayAl
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    For something traditional, these guys make a plain 2" black ball with metal threads, in pretty much any thread pitch.
    http://www.monsterknobs.com/
     
  12. mckustoms
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    Just finished this one up. Black Locust hardwood. 8 ball theme.
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  13. roosters hot rods
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    WOW !! I like that !! a lot !!
     
  14. TaylorCrawford
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    I like my blue Rat Fink knob....

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  15. wright
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    I just got this for my dad. It has a pic of us with his 30 on the trailer the day we picked it up.
     

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  17. farmergal
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    Great thread! Lots of neat/very artistic examples on here! thanks for posting themI'm currently looking for a shift knob and it's given me lots of ideas. The vehicle is bright red and eye popping and i now need a badass shifter knob to go in it....let the search begin :)
     
  18. SinisterSpeed
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    Here are a couple different styles of knobs that I make and sell that I have in all of my hot rods. These are fun to make out in the shop at nights when there is nothing good on tv, plus they are traditional and get lots of compliments too. Shoot me a pm if you are interested in one for your hot rod....
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  19. Tommy's Cycle
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    Hand Carved bomb for a Hamber.
     

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  20. Here's a replacement hip I was gonna use.........ended up selling it Too short for my car..
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  21. Nice work, can knobs be bought or ordered from you??
     
  22. Roadagent2
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    I have a column shift and see all of these cool floormounts....any sugestions?
     
  23. I suggest you avoid the heavy ones ... to prevent bumpshift!
     
  24. Tommy's Cycle
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    Yes Sir. Shoot me a PM.
     
  25. Tommy's Cycle
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    Had a small 8 Ball carved for my nephew for his '52 Chevy column shift. For column shift levers that are not threaded, an aluminum collar with 3 set screws can me machined to attach.
     

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  26. Roadagent2
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    Thanks for the tip....I'll keep looking of what catches my eye.

    You guys are very talented.....I was limiting my search too low, I was thinking of a carrot peeler or something out of the kitchen sink!!!!!!:D
     
  27. mckustoms
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    For columb shift.
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  28. mckustoms
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    Here's one thats just getting finished up for me.
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