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I know it's probably a stupid question.. But I wasn't sure.
 

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As far as I know the actual "pulls" are universal among all Challengers regardless of trim level and/or year.
 

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But are they model specific ? Like, can I use any pulls ? Or do they have to be for the Challenger ?
 

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But are they model specific ? Like, can I use any pulls ? Or do they have to be for the Challenger ?
I just put some on from Billet, and they didn't thread on very far, but they fit in the hole no problem, and got a couple of turns on them before they got tight. The ones I took off had about 10 turns to come off.
 

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The threads are incorrect on the billet ones, I recut mine to the correct pitch and they threaded on

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The threads are incorrect on the billet ones, I recut mine to the correct pitch and they threaded on

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Do you know what you recut them to? A couple of us have sets and have had issues with them so if rethreading will resolve this then it is something we are interested in.

Thanks.
 

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Yes, I need to find the tap I used, give me a day or so


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Same issue and the thread is 10-24 put a little blue loctite on when done

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Beat me to it

Same issue and the thread is 10-24 put a little blue loctite on when done

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The locktite is a good idea, the knobs spin pretty easy after cutting them with a 10 - 24 tap
 

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Mine almost seem non removable, what did you guys use to break yours free?


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Are u talkin about the factory knobs? If so a pair of vise grips will fix that but then they are trash


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