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Had a shift knob left over from the sale of my Maverick.
Shift knob was threaded to screw on to my shifter shaft on my Maverick.
Drilled out center of shift knob. Drilled and taped on side of knob for set screw. Removed stock shift knob. Cut down stock shift shaft. Didn’t like how tall it was. Turned out pretty nice.
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SACRILEGE!!!!
Kidding aside...looks nice!
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SACRILEGE!!!!
Kidding aside...looks nice!
Harry
Thanks. Hardest part was cutting down the old shifter. Thats some super hard steel. Tried using a hack saw. Not a chance. Ended up using a grinder and covering up part of the interior to protect is from sparks.
 

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Looks Great! I replaced mine as well with a Hurst T handle and had the same idea with the hacksaw with 100% the same results. I ended up using a multi-tool but if I had to do it again the grinder would be the way to go.
 
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