WFO Concepts billet TC knobs

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  1. Desert Rat

    Desert Rat Fetch the comfy chair

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    Anybody running the WFO Concepts billet TC knobs? I have a doubler with a triple stick setup and am planning on purchasing the billet knobs. Feedback? Good, bad, or indifferent?
     
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    kidjethro is, look for the center console post
     
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    I'll have 'em as soon as somebody else wants something anodized so I can share the run cost :haha:

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    Why yes as a matter of fact, I am. :D
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    I've got those 4 knobs sitting on my desk as paperweight.
     
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    Excellent, that is what I wanted to see. I've got to order mine soon. No problems with quality and fit I assume? I'll screw them on as soon as I get a front doubler crossmember built by a certain somebody......:whistle:
     
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    Eh? That better be KJ you're whistling at ... or did I promise you to fix the '76 as well as the '74? :haha:

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    BLUE???? If so I might be down, whats the extra cost???
     
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    Oddly, that's what I'd requested from Trevor. Shoot him a note, umm, trevor-at-wfoconcepts-dot-com, and check.

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    Damn didn't think to get them anodized. Now I have too Kid's are so much easier to read.
     
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    I think KJ's are just painted ... paint the top, then wipe off the flat surface. I wanted the whole thing anodized, as I have very little bling left on my truck and don't want shiny things =))

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    Not a bad idea. I have a guy local that anodizes and powdercoats. Blue would be cool since the 76 is blue. But I don't want that shocking stuff that you would probalby pimp out your urban smurf camo Blazer with Dremu.....:eek1: :D
     
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    I would get them anodized black and then paint the pattern something the goes with the truck so they are easy to read:D.

    But I dont own any:(.

    Ira
     
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    Bah. I just wanted some kinda blue so it wouldn't be chrome, and black would get to hot and burn my sensitive hands.

    Urban smurf camo ... if I weren't laughing so hard I'd be offended. I'm gonna put that in my sig now...

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    I didn't paint the top of mine and wipe it off...Just a small model brush, some red model paint and some patience. :)
     
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    Maybe I'll anodize mine blue and then paint in some black writing. Or maybe a powdercoat on them might be nice.
     

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