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Old 04-08-2015, 10:28 AM   #1
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Steed or roush shift knob

Anyone have either? Wanna buy the roush one but I'm not to happy with the shipping wait ....can get get the steed one for like 30 bucks cheaper and half the time shipping wait.... any suggestions on shift knobs?
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Just have one custom made for your car...


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Eh...it's not that serious lol....I just wanna get something along the lines of what I mentioned ya kno
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You can get the black roush from CJPP today, they claim to have them in stock.
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I'm gonna check that out after work...hope they do
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I have the white steeda shift knob and aluminum collar and I couldn't be happier. I think the white has a nice punch on the all black interior. Steeda also makes quality stuff. I have used their parts in all four of my mustangs. Also if you're lucky enough to be near their shop they have a great group working there and are very helpful if you have any questions.


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Old 04-08-2015, 12:25 PM   #7
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Yea I would really like the white shift Knob from either brand but I have red leather....so I'm not sure how it would look...kinda leaning towards the black for that reason
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Steed or roush shift knob

I agree with noodles, the Q ball shift knob is a nice touch in a black interior car, kinda breaks it up a little. Mine looks great with my charcoal leather with blue inserts, will look even better when I get the Roush carbon fiber interior kit put in...
Personally I'd go with the Q ball shift knob if I had red interior...

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I had a Steeda white cue ball style shift knob, it rattled and buzzed terribly, I replaced it with a Boss knob and no longer had that issue
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Once there, check out Ford Licensed, Mustang Shift Knobs, and Rally Series. You pick the shift pattern and the color combo. Really nice. Also, a company called SickSpeed has a nice presence on ebay. Their rally knobs are really nice and really good quality too.
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I had a Steeda white cue ball style shift knob, it rattled and buzzed terribly, I replaced it with a Boss knob and no longer had that issue

May not have been installed properly.


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May not have been installed properly.


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lol are you serious? or joking? it's a shift knob!


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They are not manufactured as one unit. The knob is a screw on just like a nut on a bolt, could be that it was cross threaded...


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lol are you serious? or joking? it's a shift knob!


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Well if it's not tightened properly that could have been the problem. I've seen crazier things than not tightening or cross threading things.


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If you can't install a shift knob correctly, then you need to start walking everywhere, as you should not be anywhere near a car.

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Steed or roush shift knob

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They are not manufactured as one unit. The knob is a screw on just like a nut on a bolt, could be that it was cross threaded...


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not a chance, do you know how difficult it would be cross thread a shift knob? and actually on the flip side, if it were cross threaded it would then be extremely tight as opposed to being loose.........



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Well if it's not tightened properly that could have been the problem. I've seen crazier things than not tightening or cross threading things.


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lol no it was not loose



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well i made a complete left turn and bought the Barton shift knob......
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I had the white cue ball style for mine, (wanted classic muscle car look and feel)but it was a 13/4" and it didn't feel right. I found the shift balls from CJ's are 21/4" dia. , got one it is perfect "Classic Muscle car" look and feel.
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