<VV> cancel cam on turn signals

J R Read_HML hmlinc at sbcglobal.net
Sun Aug 8 01:24:46 EDT 2010

I think you already have "jerry-rigged" it by using a '65 part on a '61 and 
it ain't gonna work.  Check page 87 of Clark's.  You'll see the difference.

Later, JR

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Harry B. Stewart" <harry.stewart at usa.net>
To: <virtualvairs at corvair.org>
Sent: Saturday, August 07, 2010 10:25 PM
Subject: <VV> cancel cam on turn signals

>I bought a 61 raampside that was missing the "guts" to the steering wheel,
> etc.
> My 65 Green Brir was the source of the parts and I think I got it all 
> going
> but 2 things.  The turn-signal "pod" from the 65 won't slide down the 
> steering
> shaft far enough to get lock nut for the wheel on far enough.  Second 
> there is
> a half circle of plastic sicking out from the bottom of the steering wheel
> about 1 1/2".  It is labled turn signal cancel in shop manual blow up 
> drawing.
> It seems way too big for the task and if I turn wheel more than 15 degrees
> the wheel wants to stop turning. I'd likr to just tak it off, but then I 
> would
> lose horn and turn signal cancel...unless I jerry-rig it.
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