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What type of screw is used for the '65 turn signal lever?
Posted by: Sir Thomas ()
Date: December 02, 2017 12:06PM

Pretty straight forward question as the Subject line implies: What type of screw is supposed to be used to secure the '65 turn signal lever to the turn signal assembly? (standard non-telescoping column)

A picture would be very helpful if possible.


Thomas Ratliff
Abilene, Texas (NEW transplant from Indiana)
'65 Fitch Sprint (very nearly completed)
'66 Monza convertible with EFI

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Re: What type of screw is used for the '65 turn signal lever?
Posted by: Lane66m ()
Date: December 02, 2017 02:07PM

A washer head machine screw (1/4" head). threads diameter is #8, I believe. length is about 1/4 inch. not home where I could snap a photo. If someone doesn't clarify by tomorrow evening I will post a photo. I just installed Roger Parent's prototype turn signal lever in my 66 Monza, so it is stll fresh in my memory.

Al Lane
Ellabell GA

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