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post #1 of 16 Old 11-25-2011, 12:26 PM Thread Starter
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I cant figure out how to get my shift knob off. Ive tried a strap wrench and cant twist it off, ive tried pulling it straight off, im just short of taking a hack saw to it. I'd like to keep it in one piece if i can. its a 2008 super duty if that matters any at all. Any help yall can offer is greatly appreciated.
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I cant figure out how to get my shift knob off. Ive tried a strap wrench and cant twist it off, ive tried pulling it straight off, im just short of taking a hack saw to it. I'd like to keep it in one piece if i can. its a 2008 super duty if that matters any at all. Any help yall can offer is greatly appreciated.
Pretty sure its splined, not made to be removed, may be wrong though....

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damn it, damn it, damn it! lol
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My 2000 is splined. Put a cresent wrench on the shaft, hold it up to the shifter knob and then smash the cresent wrench upwards with a hammer.

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My 99 is splined. I was told they use an adhesive to help hold it on. So it will take some force.

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Thanks guys! ill let you know how it turns out!
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With the multiple posts here seems like a few people have tried or needed to do this. I can't think of why............... Begs the question.... Why would you want to take it off ????

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With the multiple posts here seems like a few people have tried or needed to do this. I can't think of why............... Begs the question.... Why would you want to take it off ????
To install a nice one.

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To install a nice one.
Anybody have a photo ?????
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I want to take mine off and replace it too.

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