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jusatad

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  1. I have mine apart and can get measurements. I'm going to try creating a 3D model and get it printed. I'll let you know if I get working part
  2. @aslanefe, You are correct, the plastic pieces need to be install on the bracket with the square key in the notch. Once that is done, you need to slide the aluminum piece into place. The slots in the aluminum piece are tapered like a dovetail. The fit is too tight for the aluminum piece to slide over the plastic piece the way it came apart. In hindsight, I should have left it alone.
  3. you know, regarding the plastic pieces for the steer wheel components, I *might* be able to model those in CAD and then print them in plastic on my 3D printer.

    Would you be willing to send all the pieces from a broken one so I can get precise measurements?  Not sure if my printer can create strong enough pieces, or if they will be precise enough, but I'd be willing to give it a try in my spare time.  This solution won't be fast however, and there is no guarantee it will work.  No cost to you.

  4. Does anyone know what these white plastic bushings are called and if anyone reproduces them? I took the steering column mounts apart to media blast and paint the column. Now I'm having trouble getting the aluminum square mount slide back together with the white plastic pieces circled in red. The plastic pieces fit very tight and they are brittle and breaking.
  5. There are 3 screws on the back side of the lower dash vents that need to be removed. This picture shows the screws after the back housing (top) has been removed.
  6. Thanks for all the great ideas. I've ordered a roll of 1/4" W x 1/16" T adhesive backed felt. I'll let you know how it turns out.
  7. Looking for 3/8" self adhesive felt tape similar to what Ford used on the lower dash AC vents. The vents are loose because the felt is worn out or missing. Does anyone know where I can find a similar replacement product? Here's what the old one looks like.
  8. Thx everyone. Appreciate the help. I have the reinforcing plates and speed nuts as shown in pictures. Time to install it.
  9. Was the OEM ram air trim ring attached with a capped speed nut? CJ Pony parts shows this part, but it is not a cap style nut that I thought was original. https://www.cjponyparts.com/69-70-shaker-trim-ring-10-hardware-only-1969-1970/p/F2156/ Also, what product is recommended for the body sealer that goes under the trim ring?
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