Black 2-1/8" Rally Shift Knob with a White Shift Pattern and Cobra Logos for 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968 and 1969 Mustangs with a 4-Speed Manual Transmission.
A new shift knob for your 1965-1969 Mustang is a great way to add a nice and unique finishing touch to your interior. So if you're on the look-out for a new shift knob for your beloved Pony, you should definitely take a close look at this 2-1/8" Rally Shift Knob that has the correct, original shift pattern and the famous Cobra logo etched on it!
Features & Benefits:
- Ford Licensed
- 2-1/8" in Diameter
- Correct 1/2"-20 Thread Pattern
- Custom-Made in the USA from the Finest Partek Resins Available
- Engineered for Strength and Durability
- Has the Correct, Original 4-Speed Shift Pattern with Cobra Logos on Both Sides
- Inlaid, Smooth-Polish Rally-Style Stripes
- Available in Several Different Colors
- Meant to be Used on 1965-1969 Mustangs with a 4-Speed Manual Transmission
This 2-1/8" Rally Shift Knob with a Shift Pattern and Cobra Logos is officially licensed by Ford and is custom-made right here in the USA! It's made out of the finest partek resins available and features the correct, original shift pattern etched on it as well as inlaid, smoothly polished rally-style stripes. Not only that, it has the famous Cobra logo etched on both sides for a totally unique look! This shift knob also has the correct 1/2"-20 thread pattern and can be ordered in a variety of colors, making it easy for you to find the best one to match the rest of your interior. Each one is engineered to be both durable and strong, so you'll be able to enjoy your new shift knob for years to come.
*Color options are listed by knob color, then stripe color. The shift pattern and Cobra logos are the same color as the stripes. All knobs are custom-made to order and take 3-4 weeks to ship from CJ Pony Parts.
Please Note: This shift knob does not include a jam nut. If you do not have an existing jam nut to re-use, please see CJ Pony Parts # HW3041.
Order a 2-1/8" Rally Shift Knob with a Shift Pattern and Cobra Logos for your 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968 or 1969 Mustang with a 4-Speed Manual Transmission from CJ Pony Parts today!
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You should have no trouble finding one that looks great in your Mustang.
Installation for the shift knob is very easy. If you're early Mustang you'll have to thread on this jam nut. If you're '05 and up, we carry these retainers that will hold your boot in place once you install the after market knob.
All the knobs are available in solid colors, without any graphics whatsoever. If you chose to go with a graphic, we offer the 5.0, the running horse, the snake, the GT, as well as a Boss 302. If you choose to go with a pattern, stripes are available as well. And if you prefer, you can actually have the graphic added to the side.
In our case, we had this custom one made for our CJ race car with our CJ emblem on the side. We'll be installing this one.
Since quarter mile performance has been the goal with our gotta have it race 2013 GT, we're still running the stock shift knob. We'll remove this one and install our new green knob. Get a good grip on the knob and turn it counter clockwise.
First step for the installation of the new knob is to install its retainer. The retainer's gonna hold the boot in place and also work as a jam nut for the knob. Thread your retainer down until it's touching your shift boot. Grab your shift knob, line up the threads. Start threading it on. Now, if you thread it all the way down, it probably isn't gonna line up straight.
What you'll wanna do then is loosen it up until it's about an eighth of a turn from straight, thread the retainer upward. Get a good grip on it, turn it until it's straight. As you can see our shift knob was a nice additional upgrade to our interior. It only took a few minutes to install. You'll be back on the road in no time.