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Old 12-29-2017, 09:13 PM   #76
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Re: Let's play name that part, bolt, harness, screw....

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What size are the tail trim screws? Looks like #10 by the pics, but.
I need help w these - I'm not sure what the correct tail light trim screws are. My green blazer screws differ from those on my GMC. Anyone have pics or details regarding these tail light bezel trim screws?
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Old 12-29-2017, 09:48 PM   #77
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I need help w these - I'm not sure what the correct tail light trim screws are. My green blazer screws differ from those on my GMC. Anyone have pics or details regarding these tail light bezel trim screws?
The screw and ferrule on the right in Post #49 just came out of an original paint Arizona truck.
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Old 12-29-2017, 09:52 PM   #78
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The screw and ferrule on the right in Post #49 just came out of an original paint Arizona truck.
Perfect. Thanks Larry. I'll dig for some.
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Old 12-29-2017, 10:24 PM   #79
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More pics for of the tail light bezel screws and ferrule's
For reference. I'm digging this thread
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More pics for of the tail light bezel screws and ferrule's
For reference. I'm digging this thread
No man should be allowed to possess that many screws and ferrules.
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Old 12-29-2017, 10:37 PM   #81
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More pics for of the tail light bezel screws and ferrule's
For reference. I'm digging this thread
Sweet collection of screws and ferrules...those screws, when in good shape, are very sharp too and donít walk when installing.
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No man should be allowed to possess that many screws and ferrules.
These are legal now in Colorado for recreational use
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Re: Let's play name that part, bolt, harness, screw....

Alright. Here's a new part....but from where?
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No man should be allowed to possess that many screws and ferrules.
You know when you have a problem when your buddies ask if you're "painting screws" on a Friday night? Yeah that's actually a catch phrase around here.


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Old 12-29-2017, 11:28 PM   #85
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Alright. Here's a new part....but from where?
Hmmm... That looks familiar to a horn button?
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Hmmm... That looks familiar to a horn button?
Yep. OEM. Horn button gasket 69-72.
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Re: Let's play name that part, bolt, harness, screw....

Here's a rubber part....anyone recognize?
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Re: Let's play name that part, bolt, harness, screw....

Alright Pete, I've been stumped on this for too long. Gotta give us a hint here or fess up. Also gm had a gasket for the horn button!!!? I have never come across that one before but now in the hunt.
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Re: Let's play name that part, bolt, harness, screw....

These tiny rubber O-rings/gaskets were used as seals between the clips and doors for 72 door panels. Here's one sill in place:
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I didn't know that, and I know everything.
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Alright Pete, I've been stumped on this for too long. Gotta give us a hint here or fess up. Also gm had a gasket for the horn button!!!? I have never come across that one before but now in the hunt.
Yes - believe it or not GM had a horn button gasket for 69-72 and it's even shown in a diagram buried somewhere in the assembly manual. The one shown was in place on my blue blazer and looks to be original.
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Yep. OEM. Horn button gasket 69-72.
I didn't realize the button was supposed to have a gasket. Mine didn't when I found it. Here's a replacement. http://www.classicpartsusa.com/produ...0aAmr7EALw_wcB
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More pics for of the tail light bezel screws and ferrule's
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Know what size the screws and ferrules are?
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These tiny rubber O-rings/gaskets were used as seals between the clips and doors for 72 door panels. Here's one sill in place:
You guys know some pretty cool stuff about these old rigs. Learned something new from this thread once again

Tony, I'll get some sizes tomorrow evening when I'm out in the shop
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I'm thinking that is the gas tank vent tube for a 71-72 truck. Goes up the passenger side of the cab between the back of the seat, just behind the door jamb, where all the jack tools are missing.
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Here's one for ya, it has nothing to do with the radio knob I just used it for size reference.
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Know what size the screws and ferrules are?
Had a little time here to "screw" around and take some measurements of the tail lamp bezel ferrules and screws for scientific purposes Measured a known #10 and it was a match to the bezel screw as far as thread and diameter. Here are some pics of the measurements. Hope this helps
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Know what size the screws and ferrules are?
Ferrule
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Thanks a bunch Curt. Those measurements are perfect. I found some ferrules on Ebay, shown for old Corvettes. They appear to be the same and weren't expensive. The guy says the ID are 3/16ish (e.g., #10). I'll update if it turns out they're a match.
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What do you think they are???
Vent window screw on inside of door? The one you can see just below the window.

I got all excited and answered before reading whole thread. HA. This is fun, good idea!

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