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Username Post: Help        (Topic#355291)
hunter67wa 
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02-18-19 09:53 AM - Post#2760189    

Ok I have a 66 K10 and on the front frame horns are two controllers I guess they are called that are riveted to the frame with a bolt coming down through them with rubber washers. These are broke and I have been looking for replacements to no avail. Any help would be appreciated.

Thank you,

fpd



 
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Chevy_Stepside 
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02-18-19 06:11 PM - Post#2760244    
    In response to hunter67wa

You will have to find some used ones. I think the part you are talking about is where the radiator support bolts up to. You could also get them welded up.

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hunter67wa 
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02-19-19 02:02 PM - Post#2760306    
    In response to Chevy_Stepside

Actually i dont think it is radiator support. If you look into the wheel well you can see them on outside of frame and it looks like front fender and grill frame go into them



 
Chevy_Stepside 
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02-19-19 11:39 PM - Post#2760340    
    In response to hunter67wa

Are you talking about the supports that are in this picture. The radiator support bolts up to them.

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hunter67wa 
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02-20-19 06:41 AM - Post#2760342    
    In response to Chevy_Stepside

By god yes. I see now how they work. Does anyone sell them? Will later models work for a 66.
Thank you so much!

Frank



 
hunter67wa 
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02-20-19 10:50 AM - Post#2760356    
    In response to Chevy_Stepside

I ordered some from LMC today for a 67



 
sidworks 
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02-20-19 03:12 PM - Post#2760372    
    In response to hunter67wa

They may not be the same as for 1 the height may not be the same, think the frame horns are perhaps different and the rad mounting is different and that may change things. Different front sheet metal and that also may be a factor
Ron

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hunter67wa 
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02-21-19 07:51 AM - Post#2760407    
    In response to sidworks

I agree but I hope we can fab them to make them work.



 
Chevy_Stepside 
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02-24-19 07:56 AM - Post#2760628    
    In response to hunter67wa

Do you not have any wrecking yards near you? See if there are any 60-66 trucks. This is probably your best bet and I think I mentioned before you can get the old ones welded up maybe.

"A man and his truck, It's a beautiful thing"
The tour is on again. May 1st 2011. $5 I ride 100 miles. http://main.diabetes.org/site/TR?pg=personal&a mp;f...


 
hunter67wa 
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02-27-19 06:41 AM - Post#2760921    
    In response to Chevy_Stepside

Wrecking yards are few and far in between here in Wyoming. I will see if the ones I ordered work. If not I will look on ebay or try to get these welded up.



 
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