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normsclassicradio
Posted 2019-05-06 11:36 AM (#581864)
Subject: PARK CABLE RETAINER "BOLT"



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After I got everything cleaned up on my cable shift 727, I fount that the threaded portion of the park cable clamp bolt, or pin, has most of its threads missing. Anyone here have a spare they could part with? 1962-1964 i think, I'll post a photo later. Thanks!

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Apollo 61
Posted 2019-05-07 11:16 PM (#581923 - in reply to #581864)
Subject: RE: PARK CABLE RETAINER "BOLT"



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I have one off a 63 300. If you could mark exactly which bolt it is?
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normsclassicradio
Posted 2019-05-08 11:21 AM (#581937 - in reply to #581923)
Subject: RE: PARK CABLE RETAINER "BOLT"



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Here are a couple of photos. One is the pin with the missing threaded end. The other is it in relation to the housing it goes in,



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normsclassicradio
Posted 2019-05-16 2:48 PM (#582198 - in reply to #581864)
Subject: RE: PARK CABLE RETAINER "BOLT"



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For lack of time here is what I did. I found a shouldered bolt, I think it's a Neon exhaust flange bolt, and cut it down. I then drilled about halfway thru the housing with a size that has a really snug fit. Now I can tighten it until the shoulder locks the cable housing in place. I think it will hold better than the original one.



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