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PostPosted: March 5, 2009, 5:54 pm 
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pics of parts and assembly of the 1961-62 2wd f100/250 turn signal switch and horn actuator.


disassembled:

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collar inside:
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spring loaded plate:
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turn signal switch and wiring harness adapters (single bullets to triplex plug)
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horn actuator:
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reassembly:
switch installed
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horn installed
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spring, retainer and washer for plate.
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plate assembled.
washer on bottom of lever pivot, fat end of spring down.
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complete:
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difference between 61/62 lever and 63-66 lever.
61/62 on bottom.
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Thanks on the how-to !!!! :thumright:

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mystery solved :D thanks

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hey iceman, i think it is a build number or model (maybe tranny) specific deal.
i have been lucky enough to have owned or been a part of five 61s.

my sons three on the tree step, and my three tree uni, have a different,plastic switch mounted from the left with the lever screwed direct to the switch.

my longbed born as a four speed on the floor, and my first slick, short bed uni with a floor mounted four speed, both had the metal plate with with the lever,and the switch mounted on the right.

my latest is also a three-tree but have not had a chance to remove the steering wheel

if you come up with an extra spring/washer/clip, let me know, my longie came w/out and that is what lets the detent work thanks
john

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Will the collar pictured mount on a column shift column? I haven't used the column shifter since I've had the track. That will clean it up a bit. I know where there are some 4 speed slicks that may have what I need.

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I have answered my own question. The answer is yes!

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PostPosted: January 27, 2012, 1:28 pm 
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You should be able to use an "E" clip available at most parts/hardware stores. Looking at this I think possibly a W/W pivot clip might work?

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