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Old 12-10-2017, 09:43 AM   #26
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Re: Let's play name that part, bolt, harness, screw....

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Neat idea Deadhead. Here's something you don't see everyday.
Thanks for posting!
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Old 12-10-2017, 11:21 AM   #27
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Re: Let's play name that part, bolt, harness, screw....

Are those spacers for the 72 only doors? The screw below the vent window.
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Old 12-10-2017, 06:58 PM   #28
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Re: Let's play name that part, bolt, harness, screw....

No. Too short for door vent spacers.IDK what they are,but cant wait to find the answer!
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Old 12-10-2017, 07:49 PM   #29
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Re: Let's play name that part, bolt, harness, screw....

Subject came up 1/2 a year ago. Was a nice lead by the 67-72 encyclopedia. Pretty sure Deadhead knows, so he can't participate.:HA!
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Re: Let's play name that part, bolt, harness, screw....

Are those spacers for taillight bezel screws. Two lower on both sides.
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Are those spacers for taillight bezel screws. Two lower on both sides.
Come to think of it, seems there is a similar for the rear bezel screws. Might be a #8?.......................I don't know, maybe close, but they're called?
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Re: Let's play name that part, bolt, harness, screw....

Parts manual says spacer for rear lamp - shape would conform to a screw. But where?? I wish these were spacers for the 72- only door panel screw. I'll confirm but shape doesn't seem right and I think there a wee bit too small. Anyone have a pic of another that illustrates location?
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Old 12-11-2017, 12:38 AM   #33
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Parts manual says spacer for rear lamp - shape would conform to a screw. But where?? I wish these were spacers for the 72- only door panel screw. I'll confirm but shape doesn't seem right and I think there a wee bit too small. Anyone have a pic of another that illustrates location?
Okay okay......They're flush washers for the #10 screw on the 72 door panel. You can get 100 of them for cheap, and they're an exact fit. These are nickle plated brass. I don't know what the original materials were. .........https://www.amazon.com/Flush-Finishi...=flush+washers

Don't have them handy, but I believe the 1/4" version for the 71ish panels are chrome plated or stainless.
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originals out of a 72.

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Re: Let's play name that part, bolt, harness, screw....

Those are for the bezels over the tailights 2 per side. How about these cotton pieces?
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Re: Let's play name that part, bolt, harness, screw....

Weep hole plugs for tailight lens.
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Vacuum gauge inline filter. Maybe on air gauge too.
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Re: Let's play name that part, bolt, harness, screw....

How about these? 69 C10 CST we are working on has 7 of these. Thinking 71-72s might have a few more...
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Weep hole plugs for tailight lens.
Correct Hard to find these still intact on front or rear lenses. Luckily I still have replacements
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Old 12-11-2017, 08:43 PM   #41
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Re: Let's play name that part, bolt, harness, screw....

And I thought you were posting about the screwing I sent you!
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71 uses seven as well. They're probably stamped "SEMS".
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Here's an obscure part (set of 4) I received in a parts lot. I honestly don't know exactly where these go. Spacer for what the rear lamp lens?? Between screw and lens?
Those are the sleeves for the tail light trim screws.

Two per side.
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Here's a hint...Some Blazer and Jimmy guys will have these others will not.
Since no takers, I'll guess tire carrier. If those are 1", nearest screw I have is for the LH inner fender brace, but they have spin washers.
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Re: Let's play name that part, bolt, harness, screw....

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originals out of a 72.
Great pic thanks for sharing.

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Vacuum gauge inline filter. Maybe on air gauge too.
I forgot about that! Installing a vac gauge on my blue blazer thanks for reminder.

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Correct Hard to find these still intact on front or rear lenses. Luckily I still have replacements
Name your price for two please!
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Those are the sleeves for the tail light trim screws.

Two per side.
Thanks Larry - I'm going to scrounge the h3!! out of any trucks I see in salvage for more of these for use on door panels for 72.
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71 uses seven as well. They're probably stamped "SEMS".
F or an anchor are my guess...
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Re: Let's play name that part, bolt, harness, screw....

I just had an apprentice here at work change the bedside on a one owner Arizona truck.

I went over it with him, but forgot to tell him about those sleeves. Now we can't find them. I'm sure they got swept up with the dirt.
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Re: Let's play name that part, bolt, harness, screw....

Pete, are you talking about the rear edge of the door panel, or at the wing vent?

Here is a shot of the wing vent screw and sleeve on the left and the taillight screw and sleeve on the right.
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Re: Let's play name that part, bolt, harness, screw....

I feel that taillight trim spacer is one of the hardest parts to get a hold of, almost always missing. I sold 4 of those to a guy here last year for like $70 or something like that, I don't like selling them but he really wanted them...
I told a friend about those spacers, he just bought a 72 that he was fixing up and I was giving him some parts he was missing, he went to the junk yard and brought me back 5 or 6 of those spacers.
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