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I got to say for the price, the quality is amazing. This lever is actually heavier in mass than the original. The metal is very strong and probably could hold up 500+ pounds in a metal resistance test. So, this is the best I seen so far. When screwing the lever in the hole, use a tool with flat grips and a heavy damp cloth to not scratch the lever, cause the screw end being new; doing by hand will be extremely hard at first, but the second after the fit, it will be easy.
I have to say I was impressed with the fit, finish and weight of this turn signal lever. Easy to install and looks much better than the old well used lever we had.
nice part...weight and balance like the original. Beautiful finish!
By Bill Tumas: We're here with a replacement turn signal switch for your '65 and '66 Mustang, from Scott Drake. The turn signal switch includes a new cam. It comes with all of the wires needed for installation. If you are having issues with your turn signals not cancelling, not working properly, problems with your horn or even problems with your brake lights, they can all be traced to a bad turn signal switch. The turn signal switch is mounted behind your steering wheel so before you install it you want to make sure that you have a steering wheel puller.