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I had my car towed home from the shop today, I was assisting getting it off the flatbed, I was trying to
turn the wheel to line in up a little better. I snapped the turn signal arm right off! I guess I have to take
of the steering wheel to replace? I just installed a new steering wheel last week, i really am looking forward
to pulling the wheel again.

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BillGear

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Tough break, Bill (no pun intended). Seems you're having a bit of bad luck, lately. Yeah, the stearing wheels can be a pain at times.

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Since the turn signal lever screws in or out, why do you have to remove the steering wheel to screw the remainder of the lever out?

Russ

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hehehe, doesn't it always seem to work out that way!!

65 coupe 302
(rebuilding a 351W)

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It won't ping if i run the timing at 13 initial with 33 total, I also
run 93 octane plus a bottle of 108 +. Seems a little extreme,
for engine with less then 10-1 compression. I had it at the shop to check the car out useing the wideband O2 sensor, and exhoust sniffer. I had to bring it home after the initial test
drive because of a large water leak!

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BillGear

1966 Mustang Coupe, 302 custom roller cam, holley 650dp,http://www.289mustang.com
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