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Postby 75Monz » Thu Feb 07, 2019 11:04 am

So I am adding a clock to my dash in place of the Blank (75 Monza TC), I ended up with a real nice one to put in, but it is missing the adjustment knob. Does anyone know what the knob actually looks like? I found different ones that may fit it, one is a two piece item ... 2913695971 , then I found a one piece ... 2912218727 . Got any ideas?
Thanks, Jeremy
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Re: Clock knob

Postby Monza Harry » Thu Feb 07, 2019 5:56 pm

Jeremy, Clyde can probably hook you up, S & S used to list them similar to the second [chrome] one with a screw in the middle, but I think S&S closed up though, I can't find them anymore. These are similar to other "period" GM cars and trucks, PM Clyde is your easiest plan I would think. Harry Mine was/is like the one on the left of this link: ... 44234/1456
I would still message Clyde, he will look up and probably find the exact style that your came with if that's important to you, even if not let's support those that help with our cars, NPD won't if you have any questions.
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Re: Clock knob

Postby stage169 » Fri Feb 08, 2019 1:36 pm

I've got some, NOS. If you are interested I'll post pic's. Cheap too.

Nuts on the left, Knobs on the right.
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