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This is a discussion on Custom WRX shift knob within the Personal For Sale & Wanted forums, part of the ClubWRX.net Marketplace category; Designed and manufactured myself. Made out of Delrin to help keep it cool on those hot days. Its kinda hard ...

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    Custom WRX shift knob

    Designed and manufactured myself. Made out of Delrin to help keep it cool on those hot days. Its kinda hard to tell in the photos but, its not your typical sphere shape. Instead of being completely round it has an angle on the underside to give a more organic grip. Check out he pix and let me know what you think! If you are interested in one for yourself PM me. For club wrx forum members I'll sale them for $40. (paypal) I ensure you the craftsmanship is top quality. The material used is the same you will find in most other high quality shift knobs. They are CNC machined to fit with perfection. Currently I have not designed one for STI models.

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    Registered User Impreza WRX's Avatar
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    Dang man...had I not bought a Prodrive shift
    knob not too long ago I would have been getting
    this from you. That's a good price. Good luck with
    your sales, man And heck...once it warms up
    I may be buying one from you anyway. Stupid FL.

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    I'm not sure how many you hope to sell, but you might need to ask the admin about vendor status. They usually require that for these sorts of sales. Just FYI.

    All that being said, that looks great! Delrin is a great material to work with, although I find it a bit oily. That looks like a very nicely done piece. I'd like to turn one out on a lathe myself sometime.
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