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  • Tool - Side View Mirror Nut - Remote - New ~ 1967 - 1968 / 1970 - 1973 Mercury Cougar / 1967 - 1968 / 1970 - 1973 Ford Mustang - 14963
  • Tool - Side View Mirror Nut - Remote - New ~ 1967 - 1968 / 1970 - 1973 Mercury Cougar / 1967 - 1968 / 1970 - 1973 Ford Mustang - 14963

Item #: 14963

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Price: $17.85
    Cost: 1428
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    This is a mirror nut bezel tool used to remove the mirror nut on the 1967 - 1968 and 1970 - 1973 Cougar. No more scratches trying to remove with the wrong tools. These are made from HRS steel and are milled to fit the bezel nut. This tool pays for itself each time you use it.

    *NOTE* This is an exact fit for used bezels but you will find it does not fit our 67-68 repro bezel exactly and will need some filing. It does fit the 1970 - 1973 reproduction bezel perfectly. Also note that 1969 used a different style of mirror nut / bezel which requires a different tool.

    Specifications:
    Weight: 0.02 LBS (weight shown may be the dimensional weight)
    (5.00 out of 5 stars) Customer Rating based upon 3 Review(s).
    Kansas City

    Must have . . .

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    5.00 out of 5
    Pros:
    • fast delivery
    Cons:
    Used to have to take a pair of needle nose and pull them apart and wedge something in the handle to keep the pressure - a real pain - this tool is painless and fast

    Illinois

    Good Tool

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    5.00 out of 5
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    This is a must have tool to avoid damaging your door panel! Just some advice for some people if you have the same issue I had. My mirror bezel wasn't turning by itself, because the backing board had rotted away. To be able to remove the bezel, I had to take the door panel off and then grab the assembly on the inside to stop it from spinning with the bezel.

    Cleveland, Ohio

    Necessary

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    5.00 out of 5
    Pros:
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    Fit well enough to tighten the new retaining nut snuggly.

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