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Thread: WTB: Turn Signal/Wiper Switch Assembly
captainkrm


1st Gear
Posts: 38
posted June 15, 2011 03:11 PM

WTB: Turn Signal/Wiper Switch Assembly

Let me know if you got one and what the price would be, ready to buy!

       
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captainkrm


1st Gear
Posts: 38
posted June 17, 2011 01:27 AM

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Let me know if you got one and what the price would be, ready to buy!


Was just asked if I'd pay $600 for one of these. I'll stick to junkyards, eBay and home brew solutions if this is how things work around here

       
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repuzentn


Redlining
Posts: 225
posted June 17, 2011 07:09 PM

Turn Signal/Wiper Switch Assembly

A Ford Courier one will work. That's what I replaced my broken one with.
____________
-'74 Phoenix Blue
-Daily driver ;-)
-Stock GSL-SE engine
-Stock Nikki carb.
-4-spd tranny (time for a
TII one, synchro's are
grinding)
-Racing Beat road-race
headers
-RB 20" pre-silencer
-REV25 Rotor muffler
-Gilmer drive pulleys(fun
while it lasted!)



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sparky


Redlining
Posts: 299
posted June 17, 2011 08:58 PM

I have a 1977 REPU. The combo switch is close but not the same as 74 75. I got a switch from a courier at the junkyard. Was able to rebuild mine to working condition with guts from the courier one.
Also, i rewired the truck with the intent to remove all amperage from ingition and combo switches while retaining factory wiring. The amperage is hard on all the contacts in the switches.
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'77 REPU
Stock 6-port
T-2 tranny
Weber IDA 48
Alum Flywheel
3rd gen Torsen in rear end.
DLDFIS ignition

       
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captainkrm


1st Gear
Posts: 38
posted June 18, 2011 10:33 AM

thanks guys

       
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mwpayne1


Redlining
Posts: 239
posted June 19, 2011 07:02 AM

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Let me know if you got one and what the price would be, ready to buy!


Was just asked if I'd pay $600 for one of these. I'll stick to junkyards, eBay and home brew solutions if this is how things work around here


No, that's not how things work around here with 99% of the members, as you've seen.

       
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captainkrm


1st Gear
Posts: 38
posted July 15, 2011 12:11 PM

quote:
quote:
quote:
Let me know if you got one and what the price would be, ready to buy!


Was just asked if I'd pay $600 for one of these. I'll stick to junkyards, eBay and home brew solutions if this is how things work around here


No, that's not how things work around here with 99% of the members, as you've seen.


yes, people have been most helpful

       
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