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I have never used them but they look like a good idea:party0031: Later, Dave
 

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we are using nurelics nu-cranks in a 70 firebird now. works great
http://www.nu-relics.com/hsl.html

Have you got any dimensions on those? Do they fit in the oem POSITION without modification? Just the 3 screw holes?

I think a lot of people will be interested in htese as they retain a look.

thanks for contributing
 

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I've never done them, it is my understanding that to install them is not just a matter of drilling holes, you will have to modify the door panel sheet metal as they are too tall to sit flush. Maybe someone who's done can post a photo of what's involved.
 

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I put a pair on the back doors and you have to cut the steel door to fit the switch mounting plate, good day.
 

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I put a pair on the back doors and you have to cut the steel door to fit the switch mounting plate, good day.


You happy with the quality etc...
thanks for the photo.
 
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