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Trans Dapt 9312

Trans Dapt Shifter Knob "Piston Head" Style

969-9312

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$11.99
Trans Dapt Shifter Knob "Piston Head" Style $11.99
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Shifter Knob
  • "Piston Head" Style
  • Chrome-Plated
  • Specifications:

    Color
    Chrome
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    9312

    Trans-Dapt Performance Chrome Dress-Up Accessories are built to last from premium materials that have a chrome or powdercoated finish for durability. These dress-up items add a custom look to your muscle car, hot rod, or truck.

    How wide and how long is this idem also is the bore hole 1/2 inch

    Asked by: Dennis23
    This is made to slip onto an automatic column shifter and is held on with a set screw. It is about 2" in diameter and 3" long.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2018-03-27
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