Wolf Head Shift Knob

by Screwyluie, published

Wolf Head Shift Knob by Screwyluie Aug 1, 2017


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Remade this as shift knob for my '05 Nissan Sentra SER Spec-V

update: cut the head off and gave it supports as well as alignment holes. Now there's a top with holes and a bottom with holes and a peg (you'll need two) to put them together. The supports are decent, mine needed a little bit of file work after removal so everything was smooth to the touch. took about 5 minutes. The alignment of the pegs/top/bottom is perfect. I'm quite happy with it. It's much easier to print and the finish quality is much higher in a vertical alignment. Oh yeah and in the two piece version I pinned his ears back because they were rubbing the palm of my hand raw. Now it is much nicer to use.

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Printed in Blue PETG and has survived a 90deg summer day in my all black car.

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Hey man!! great work!!! what is the diameter of the circle for the wolf head? thank you!!!

I'm not sure I understand what you're asking. There's several circles that make up the hole in the bottom for the knob to fit in the car. Or do you mean the diameter of the head itself and if so where should I measure it, ear to ear? it's not exactly round.


After two months it finally broke, but not the print. The CA glue let go (I'm using the two part print) which is surprising. So I glued it back together and then I drilled a hole and added a small screw at the top of the threads (bottom of the hole if you're looking at the thing upside down) to hold the two halves together. I don't foresee any further issues.