Well, when I bought the Jeep it came with a chrome skull on the 5 spd. and nothing on the 4wd box. Naturally, I went to my retired machinest grandfather and asked him if he could help me out. He drilled me out 4 billiard balls in his shop so they screw straight onto the top. I'm now running around with an 8 and an 9 ball on the shifters. Looks pretty cool and fits perfectly in the hand: Cost - Some extra pool balls, someone's gotta have 'em.
1990 Red YJ 2.54 L (Rebuilt) 5 Speed with 94 rollbar | Dynomax Exhaust | Luk Clutch
2.5" Old Man Emu over 31x10.50 BFG MTs on 15x8 AR 767s | 1" Daystar Body Lift
Two Tops | Full and Half Doors | KC Daylighters | Hella 5500 | OME Steering Stabiliser
Sony CDX-GT300 | Kicker ZX500.1 | Kicker ZX350.4 | Kicker ZX200.2 | Kicker L5 Solobaric Sub | Kicker 6x9's | Apline 6.5's | Boston 4x6's
Truckstop CB Antenna | Class 3 Hitch
Here's a shot of my Top Flite golf ball shifters. Just drilled a smaller hole in it than the shifter threads. Screwed down tightly and volah! I like the feel too (makes me want to go golfin' everyday)!
Damn,if I only knew that yesterday. I was removeing the interior to herculine it and when I came to the 4x4 shifter I noticed 2 notches on the side and I thought ok Ill unscrew it with a wrench, well it came off alright, now I have a knobless shifter!!!
I took a universal shift knob and fit a nut inside to thread on. In the past, all the universal shifter knobs I've used have eventually come loose and rattled, but these have been on for 2~ months now and are still holding tight.
Sweet pete. I've been stabbing at the sides of the ball trying to get the "pattern top" out of and she's just not gonna do it cap'n. I have almost destroyed the ball and the cap is still in there! What did you guys use? My girlfriend told me I should put a grenade there, "it would look cool". Oh she's a keeper.