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ROCK(knob) ON!!!

I think the pictures speak for themselves. It was pretty easy but it did require some fabrications because I had lost the adapter parts since this shift knob is about 5 years old.


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Im not sure if I like it or not. But that really doesnt matter because its your Jeep!!!!!!




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Whatever makes you happy! Every mod is a good mod.

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If I could find the collar that is supposed to go on the bottom it would be better because it is smaller. I am still really happy with it as it is now.

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Very unique mod. I don't know anybody that would have thought that one up lol. Thumbs up from me!
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i like it! I think you should rotate it just a little so its almost like a T-handle though. buddy of mine custom made one once out of a piston from a blown engine, still wanting him to make me one.
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very cool, I like the lizard on top of the rock.
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Cool!

Hey how did the old knob come off ... I wanted to mod my original knob and put it back on ... but never figured out how it removes.
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Ha ha... it looks good! I've eyeballed those rock knobs in Jeep catalogs before. They would've really looked good in my '56 Willies high hood. (Don't have it anymore tho)

A guy could make one easy enough with a carbide bit and careful drilling. They want a pretty penny for the catalog versions.

The OEM knob removes by unscrewing the bottom ring part. It's a bind-up type deal, kind of like what a pole extension uses. (Such as a car wash wand with a telescoping handle) You loosen it up 'til the knob gets wobbly, then pull it off.

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Ha ha... it looks good! I've eyeballed those rock knobs in Jeep catalogs before. They would've really looked good in my '56 Willies high hood. (Don't have it anymore tho)

A guy could make one easy enough with a carbide bit and careful drilling. They want a pretty penny for the catalog versions.

The OEM knob removes by unscrewing the bottom ring part. It's a bind-up type deal, kind of like what a pole extension uses. (Such as a car wash wand with a telescoping handle) You loosen it up 'til the knob gets wobbly, then pull it off.
Thanks I'll try it out
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