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  • Window Crank Knob - DARK GREEN - Repro ~ 1968 - 1971 Mercury Cougar / 1968 - 1971 Ford Mustang - 13903
  • Window Crank Knob - DARK GREEN - Repro ~ 1968 - 1971 Mercury Cougar / 1968 - 1971 Ford Mustang - 13903

Item #: 13903

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Price: $10.85
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    Easy to install quality reproduction. Includes crescent spring and correct aluminum pin that features shoulder and locking knurls. Fits 1968-71 cars and about 1 month into 1972. Please see the window crank handles to see the difference between 1968-71 handles and 1972-73 window crank handles.

    Replaces Ford Part #C8AZ-6223352-GR

    *TIP* To install remove your window crank and place knob and crank in the jaws. To protect the knob you will want to place a clean rag over the jaws. Place a small socket or other small round item that will work as a spacer on the back side of the aluminum pin. Tighten the jaws of the vice until only a small amount of play remains when you wiggle the knob on the handle.

    Specifications:
    Weight: 1.00 LBS (weight shown may be the dimensional weight)
    (5.00 out of 5 stars) Customer Rating based upon 1 Review(s).
    Sydney NSW

    Window crank knob

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    Thankyou, WCCC - you have it all. Original knob made it to 40 years. Not bad. Finally got around to replacing it - should have done it earlier - WCCC makes replacing anything that much easier. The replacement is a perfect fit - all required bits in the packaging for ease of replacement. Pattern (and color) on outside matches the original remaining three.

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