Window Crank Handle Interior Chrome With Black Knob F-100/F-250/F-350 1961-1966

CJ's Part Number:
IWH30
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Highlights

  • Direct-Fit Replacement
  • Chrome Finish
  • Fits Driver Or Passenger Side
  • Sold Individually
$24.99

Chrome Interior Window Crank Handle with a Black Knob for all 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965 and 1966 F-100s, F-250s and F-350s.

When you want to roll your 1961-1966 F-100, F-250 or F-350's windows up and down, do you have a nice, high-quality window crank handle to do it with? Or are your factory handles not working anymore? If you need a new handle (or two), order this Chrome Interior Window Crank Handle with a Black Knob that's now available from CJ Pony Parts!

Features & Benefits:
- Excellent Reproduction of the Original
- Chrome with a Black Knob
- Not Side-Specific
- Sold Individually

This Chrome Interior Window Crank Handle with a Black Knob is an excellent reproduction of the original. It's not side-specific, so you can use it on either the driver side or passenger side! Also, it's sold individually, so you'll get one with your order. You'll need to order two of these handles if you want new cranks for both of your pickup's windows.

Because the F-100 is still an iconic vehicle, even 30 years since production stopped, there is an immense need for F-100 Parts. CJ's is proud to offer a growing-catalog of premium Ford F-100 parts that will modify and modernize your truck.

Order a Chrome Interior Window Crank Handle with a Black Knob for your 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965 or 1966 F-100, F-250 or F-350 from CJ Pony Parts today!

Vehicle Fitment

This product will fit the following F-100 years:

  • 1961,
  • 1962,
  • 1963,
  • 1964,
  • 1965,
  • 1966,
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Does the window crank attach with the oe style clip or set screw

Asked by: Stevef100
This handle uses a grub screw.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2018-07-18
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