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Old 12-23-2019, 01:57 PM   #1 (permalink)
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If you're like me and you can't stand how small the knob is on most Dropout changers I found a nice cheap easy solution and I never seen anybody else do this before even though it probably has been but it doesn't even cost that much all you need is to take off the Dropout changer knob go to your local hardware store get a plastic garden hose cap. First take out the rubber washer that's in the garden hose cap then take the knob and the garden hose cap stick them in a vice turn it till it's tight and boom you have as much fatter easier to grip knob1223191218.jpg1223191218a.jpg1223191219.jpg1223191219a.jpg1223191220.jpg1223191220a.jpg
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Thanks for sharing! Cheap and cheezey but effective!
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Start a thread in the dealers forum for these. LOL
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Start a thread in the dealers forum for these. LOL
I would,but they'd have to send in their knobs to do it ....somehow i don't think they'd want to send their knobs out to be capped lol
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Oh, my knob needs capping...
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And the caps can be purchased in Brass!!!
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Only problem with brass is they'd have to have the threads sanded down inside,they don't have the give needed for being pressed on like this
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