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Detailing the knob.

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Robbed this pic off an eBay auction for a detailed shift knob; they painted the indentations black, except for the R which is obviously red. Kind of a neat detail.

I've done this on numerous bike parts. You simply fill the indentation with paint and once it's dry you wipe over the part with a little paint thinner to remove any excess you may have gotten outside the grooves.
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Nothing like polishing headlights and knob at the same time:redface: Does require some long arms though:shock:
Any good lubricant will work, and to make sure you get both sides equally, switch hands frequently, just saying:tongue:
You're right Greg. Five days before I leave so I better get started. Here's hoping I finish by the time registration starts next Sunday. Nothing beats a polished knob at Nats!

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