Check out my new shift knob. It's made from delrin and feels nice in the hand. I think it looks good too with the gear pattern etched in the top.
Great job and it will last. Someone sent me a copy of such a photo, labelled "Millenial Anti-Theft Device"
Thanks guys! The oem style installed looks ok, but to me was really small and I didn't like the feel in the hand. Thought I'd try something different and came across this one. I really like it and thought I'd share. It's from a company called Futofab if anyone wants to check them out.
You can also get a nice round correctly engraved one from Twisted Shifterz. Search under Pantera knob and it will pop right up. I like a round knob better than the tapered kind - just my preference.
I have the tall one, I like it.
One thing to remember if you live in CA or other land of abundant sunshine: an aluminum shift knob is simple to machine and looks nice, but the first time you leave the car in direct sunlight for a few hours and find how painfully hot a metal knob gets- enough so you cannot grab it to shift the car- you'll find out why plastic knobs or leather covered ones are used on almost all driven cars....
What is the thread size for the shifter knob ? thanks
Thread size is M8 x 1.25
Tried to order for international , couldnt get around there system to place the order.. anyway thanks for the info