Removing 404 gear lever knob
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    Default Removing 404 gear lever knob

    I need to remove the remnants of the knob from my 71 404 ute gear lever. It doesn't appear to be screwed on, but I can't work out how it is attached. How does the thing come off? I am not worried if I bugger it in the process as it isn't too flash anyway.

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    i am sure they are threaded but i haven't pulled one off for a few years now though
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    Quote Originally Posted by pugrambo
    i am sure they are threaded but i haven't pulled one off for a few years now though
    I will take to it with a big crescent and see if I can stuff it up, or snap the end off the lever.

    Cheers

    Tony
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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwi 03
    I will take to it with a big crescent and see if I can stuff it up, or snap the end off the lever.

    Cheers

    Tony
    They are screwed on, just grab with a pair of multigrips and twist!

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