Billiard Pool Ball Shifter Shift Knob - pick color & thread
**** THIS LISTING IS FOR ONE KNOB OF YOUR CHOICE FROM THE FIFTEEN STYLES SHOWN - SPECIFY WITH ORDER.I TRY TO KEEP THEM ALL IN INVENTORY BUT IF I AM OUT OF THE ONE YOU WANT IT MAY TAKE A MONTH OR SO TO GET IT. SO FEEL FREE TO ASK FIRST IF THE ONE YOU WANT IS ON HAND.****
Shifter shift knob made from an actual high quality, tournament-grade billiard ball. 2 1/4" diameter. These have a brass threaded insert, recessed to accomodate the supplied Hurst jam nut, just like any other Hurst classic shift knob. They are in fact made by the same vendor and are every bit as nice as a regular Hurst knob!
Knobs are plain on the sides, no logo, and in bulk, no retail pkg. Colors are defined as follows:
- #1 = Yellow, #2 = Blue, #3 = Red
- #4 = Purple, #5 = Orange, #6 = Green
- #7 = Burgundy, #8 = Black, # 9 = White w/ Yellow stripe
- #10 = White w/ Blue stripe, #11 = White w/ Red stripe, #12 = White w/ Purple stripe
- #13 = White w/ Orange stripe, #14 = White w/ Green stripe, #15 = White w/ Burgundy stripe
I offer the following thread sizes; all include a Hurst jam nut similar to that shown:
- WARNING: jam nut MUST be used; knob will break if mounted w/o nut!
- 16mm x 1.50 (1983-2002 Camaro & Firebird)
- 12mm x 1.75 (1983-2004 Mustang & 2005-2006 Ford GT Supercar)
- 12mm x 1.25 (2005-2012 Mustang - boot retainer also required, $10 extra charge)
- 12mm x 1.25 (many Toyota & Subaru models)
- 10mm x 1.50 (many late '90s+ Jeep & Dodge, Acura, Honda, some Lotus)
- 10mm x 1.25 (many Mazda, Nissan, Hyundai, Kia, Mitsubishi, Ferrari)
- 5/16"-18 (many 1957-1968 GM vehicles w/ "non-Hurst" shifters)
- 3/8"-24 (Hurst chrome sticks produced before ~1975, late '60s & '70s AMC & Jeep)
- 7/16"-20 (Hurst aluminum sticks & some black steel sticks)
- 1/2"-20 (many B&M auto shifters, Viper w/ Hurst shifter, '60s Ford)
- 9/16"-18 (1964-2004 Corvette) - requires a different brass insert and so is by special order
WARNING: confirm thread size before you buy! This list is not exhaustive and there can be model variations. Easiest way is to take your old knob into a hardware store and find out what fits - could be metric or SAE.
SEE MY OTHER LISTINGS FOR SHIFTERS, STICKS, KNOBS, & "HURST EQUIPPED" EMBLEMS!
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