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Thank you. I might as well drill it then cos it's useless as it is.

Is there anyway of getting the knob off the stick?
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You can try this tool
I dont know the name un english

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So drilling it didn't work. It looks like the whole shaft is just welded into the metal block so there's no way of removing the top plate. Bugger!

Any one got a sega gearstick with a roll pin they wanna sell?



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Originally posted by J69 J69 wrote:

I'm gonna get the metal bits powder coated but don't want to wreck the wood prying it off if it's nailed on


This is this nail screw on mine

Take a good pliers and "unscrew" them, thats easy
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