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    Where can I find a horn button mount kit?

    I've found them for most years of cars and trucks up to 72. They look different than my 79.

    I put a Grant wheel in because I got tired of the horn not working. Well, that stupid press on horn button popped off while we were out of town and my poor truck sat all alone and honked itself to death.

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    We're working on it...


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    That's the contact. I need the plastic ring with 3 holes/bushings that separates the spring plate from the contact.

    I need the red piece here. Mine appears to be thicker. Don't know if I can make this work.

    https://m.summitracing.com/parts/oer-k137

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    Quote Originally Posted by closer9 View Post
    That's the contact. I need the plastic ring with 3 holes/bushings that separates the spring plate from the contact.

    I need the red piece here. Mine appears to be thicker. Don't know if I can make this work.

    https://m.summitracing.com/parts/oer-k137
    It looks like it will work to me. That also looks like the same kit you can get off of classic industries. I think it goes from 1956 up to 1979.

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    It is, but it says it only works for trucks up to 72. My buddy has a 68 and when he looked at my broken pieces he said it didn't look the same size as the one he replaced. However, he just said he thinks he has a good used one that will fit my truck. We'll see...

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    I never found a kit that said it would work. My buddy had one that fit. Couldn't remember where he got it. He had three different ones. They all were the same size essentially, just different heights. Would be easy to take off some material or shim it.

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    Have you looked on classicparts dot com?

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