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MOODY MOTORSPORTS shifter knobs

Discussion in 'Body / Exterior / Interior / Cosmetics' started by ricksautomotive, Apr 23, 2010.

  1. ricksautomotive

    ricksautomotive honda dealer tech

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    any one ever seen these? a brand new company just started i guess...what you all think? are they worth it? i paid 80 bucks (plus tax).
     

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    ricksautomotive honda dealer tech

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    oh yeah....this company makes its shift knobs in the good ol USA :) see the 3rd picture
     
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    8secHonda New Member

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    nice shift knob.. but when i had my mustang i had a hurst T handle and in winter time that biotch would freeze ur hand... hadda wear one glove. kinda felt like MJ .. lol
    wow 80 bucks, pricey for a shift knob that dont light up or do sme other crazy stuff lol ..
     
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    i prefer the Skunk2 weighted knob
     
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    i prefer my OEM leather knob from a 3G eclipse GT.
     
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    ricksautomotive honda dealer tech

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    yeah i agree its pricy but after i looked at others that were all CNCd or hand turned on a lathe (i dont know if you can tell by looking at it) i seen that 80 bucks was about the going price. i was sold on the made in usa thing (i like supporting american jobs LOL), but when i seen the price was the same as MOMO and TWM i decided it would be mine :) i'll weigh it and see what it weighs. gotta see my cousin the pot head...maybe he has a scale LOL
     
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