So my stock knob is working fine, but the leather on my knob is wearing out from gripping it too much. Is there anything I can do to restore the manliness to my knob short of putting a new one on? I don't want an aftermarket knob as I would have to get a new shaft too, and I haven't really seen another knob I like more than mine.
Come to think of it, I wonder if I can polish my knob?
Ok while this thread is bound to make you laugh, i'm serious. What options do we have? Anyone recover them?
A good interior shop should be able to cut the stitching then remove whats left of the leather to make a pattern. Then just make you a new one in the right color combo. If you get it done, I want to see before/after pics. Good luck!
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