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Old 01-23-2013, 09:49 PM   #1
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I would like to get a black ball with grabber blue numbers. I can't find the grabber pony site anymore who else does these ? Thanks guys
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http://www.bangastang.com/_e/_11_13_...nobs_11_13.htm

Found this in options it asks shift boot length what does that mean ? Does it raise knob higher ?
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I would like to get a black ball with grabber blue numbers. I can't find the grabber pony site anymore who else does these ? Thanks guys
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I believe speeddawg took over for gabberpony.
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Ok cool il be ordering that one tonight . The black and gb one more day
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I believe speeddawg took over for gabberpony.
I remember checking out grabber pony first, then finding speeddawg. Grabber pony knobs are engraved as opposed to etched, that's something ppl should know before ordering.
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Which is better?
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that is exactly how I want my shift knob to look. Not to copy you, but the 5.0 on the side and red ball with black inlays.

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that is exactly how I want my shift knob to look. Not to copy you, but the 5.0 on the side and red ball with black inlays.

Go for it!! Love the way it looks, pics prove it no justice... Was gonna go black with red lettering, but this fits the car better
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Go for it!! Love the way it looks, pics prove it no justice... Was gonna go black with red lettering, but this fits the car better
Yeah I am sure they don't, for near 90 bucks it better look amazing

See I was thinking about that too, but I figure since my car is red with black theming and not black with red theming the style you got would be perfect. Gotta get the rest of my suspension stuff first, but this and maybe wheel spacers are next!
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2 questions what thread size do I need ?

And how do I get it like the boss style where it looks like a Loli pop lol the silver pole with ball on top. Sorry don't know how else to explain lol don't judge me
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I remember checking out grabber pony first, then finding speeddawg. Grabber pony knobs are engraved as opposed to etched, that's something ppl should know before ordering.
Which is better? Etched or engraved?
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