My New "Speed Dawg" Mustang Cobra Racing Stripe Shift Knobgt500 shift knob
Posted 10 May 2012 - 04:33 PM
On stock GT500 shift levers, installation requires a 12mm x 1.25 adapter and boot retainer. I also had to use a die to clean up the threads on my lever. To install them, remove the stock shift knob by turning it counter-clockwise, install the boot retainer about 1/2" below the top of the lever, install adapter until it touches the retainer, thread on the shift knob until it touches the retainer and then turn the knob counter-clockwise to the desired position. Turn the boot retainer counter-clockwise and tighten against the knob. Don't over-tighten. Let me know if I can help with any questions. Enjoy!
These photos were taken at Shelby American. These trucks (2016 Shelby F150's built by Tuscany Motor Company) are certainly Shelby's just like every other car bearing Carroll's name. If you want details make sure to ask Gary Patterson. He will be on the road most of this summer showing our cars off. He spearheaded this venture and has all the details.
Posted 10 May 2012 - 04:44 PM
08SGT0096 GT-C, Kooks LT's, FRPP Hot Rod Cams, Pypes, Steeda UDP, Redline GO Hood struts
Posted 10 May 2012 - 07:19 PM
Looks fantastic. SpeedDawg knobs are wonderful. I have a few of them on my Mustangs. Chris at SpeedDawg is a good guy too.
I agree....they look great. I bought Mrs. Grabber one for her White and Red 500.
2007 GRABBER ORANGE GT500 Coupe ordered 10/13/06. Sub to plant 12/14/06. Scheduled 1/16/07. Bucked 1/17/07. Released From Plant 1/19/07. Plant Quality Hold 1/19/07. Off Plant Quality Hold 2/21/07. Shipped 2/22/07. Delivered 3/8/07. New 2008 2nd Gen. Tranny & Nickle Hub Clutch & Flywheel & Lube & CSC bearing 1/16/2008. New 2009 2nd Gen. Flywheel & another new Nickel Hub Clutch & Pilot Bearing 8/8/08. New 2010 Clutch and flywheel and slave cylinder & pilot bearing and clutch line 8/2/12
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