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Knobs on throttle and PTO handles

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larry8200
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Originally posted by sammiefish
I know this isnt really answering your question... but I think you could buy a new pto knob I bought one from Sandy Lake for my gearshift 2 or $3...
Yeh, I was considering calling my dealer and checking price/availability. I'm not surprised at $3, I bought a new OEM handle for the hydro lever 6-7 years ago for $8 I think. Thanks,

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larry8200
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Originally posted by HubbardRA
Body putty to cover dings and scratches, and paint from a spray can works great, or at least it has for me.
I was just looking at them and I think a light sanding and some black spray paint and they'll look fine

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timflury
I've seen a guy on Youtube restore an old Kubota steering wheel by GENTLY heating it with a propane torch. He did not melt the plastic. I'm not sure if your knobs are the same material as the Kub's. But at less than 5 bucks a pop, I would buy new ones before any restoration.

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