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Alright so its getting cold outside, my metal shift knob is freezing cold!!!

I can't stand it anymore so I tried finding a solution.. I've come across a few plastic knobs but they weren't weighted...

Stumbled on a half aluminum, half Derlin shift knob that is actually weighted and looks pretty sweet!

http://www.twmshiftknobs.com/shiftknobs/hybrid-phantom.html

My lucky day that they are actually hosting a group buy on some other forums with this shift knob.

Email them for some more info and how to participate!
 

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teehee knob sock :woolery:
 

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I grow a pair and use it anyway....

Seriously though... you could alway buy stylish delrin knob or use a stock one in winter months. That hybrid knob looks interesting though.
 

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$160 for a shift knob because your hand is cold? You guys are ridiculous. I have the Voodoo aluminum knob and even when it's below freezing, I just get in and go.
 

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I have one of the TWM hybrid knobs in my NA. I'd previously tried another delrin knob which I liked based on the texture, but it was lighter than stock and really not doing it for me. The TWM knob is just about the perfect weight, somewhere just shy of double stock I think. Heat and cold are no problem, and once you get the height adjusted where you want it it's perfect. Expensive as hell though, so it ought to be. Their threaded insert system is great, though, and I can see moving this knob from car to car indefinitely. Make sure you check TWM's facebook page for discount codes, they always have a discount going on but they tend to offer a higher one near holidays.
 

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Joyfast and gloves
 

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i want the towellee
 
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