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Offline TylerBeau

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WC Lathe Werks (Shift Knobs)
« on: December 07, 2011, 11:26:10 PM »
Looking for a custom shift knob? This is the place.

I am currently finishing up a mod in which my automatic transmission will have a shift boot and trim. I wanted a 5 speed shift knob so I had a lip to attach the boot to for a clean look. Problem was that a 5 speed shift lever has a bigger diameter than the 4EAT shift lever. So I emailed Chris from WC Lathe Werks about what I needed. He replied that day and had an answer. I just ordered the 4EAT shift knob that I wanted and he machined it with a lip for the shift boot. A week later, today, I got the knob in the mail. Excellent craftsmanship. Nice heavy, clean, durable knob. Very well made and works perfectly.

The site has a large variety of shift knobs and they all can be customized with different sizing and engraving and materials. I think its the best place to get a shift knob that is unique and can include everything you need or want.
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Offline Kavik

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Re: WC Lathe Works (Shift Knobs)
« Reply #1 on: December 07, 2011, 11:55:06 PM »
have yet to hear any bad reviews about this guy

get some pics up when you get it in  :mrgreen:
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Re: WC Lathe Works (Shift Knobs)
« Reply #2 on: December 07, 2011, 11:58:42 PM »
I priced out everything I wanted and it was very reasonable (but I'm going to have to wait until the warranty is up)
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