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I threw the stock am Delco radio back in, I forgot I never had the knobs/fader for it.
Is there a cheap alternative to spending $90 on replacement knobs or buying a new radio.
I can probably make something I was just curious if there was something obvious
 

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I think I have two extra sets. They came off am/fm tuners so not positive they fit.
 

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I threw the stock am Delco radio back in, I forgot I never had the knobs/fader for it.
Is there a cheap alternative to spending $90 on replacement knobs or buying a new radio.
I can probably make something I was just curious if there was something obvious
I have several of the factory AM radios from our old square body trucks; Dad always pulled them so we could have a tape deck in our trucks, for road trips. I may also have some extra knobs, I'll look into it the next time I'm in the shop building.
 

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I threw the stock am Delco radio back in, I forgot I never had the knobs/fader for it.
Is there a cheap alternative to spending $90 on replacement knobs or buying a new radio.
I can probably make something I was just curious if there was something obvious
Okay not the answer you were looking for,but at one time me and my buddies used to think radio knobs made from wine corks and little kings caps looked cool. Do they still make little kings?
 
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Okay not the answer you were looking for,but at one time me and my buddies used to think radio knobs made from wine corks and little kings caps looked cool. Do they still make little kings?

That sounds like it'd make the radio more user friendly, I'll probably do that till I get something thanks for the idea!
 

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