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1975 T150V indicators?

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This topic contains 3 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by  Roy Allen 8 months ago.

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  • #5476

    Roy Allen
    Participant

    Please can some kind soul on here confirm the original length of the Lucas indicator stalks fitted to a 1975 T150V?

    To confirm, these are the ones fitted to the rear chrome grab rail.

    cheers

    Roy

  • #5492

    Paul Kraus
    Participant

    Hi Roy

    I made some SS ones using an original as a pattern. As fitted, they are 1-1/4″ from outside locknut to the washer with the flats on the id against the lamp housing. That means the plain (polished) portion

    Hope This Helps

    Paul

  • #5499

    Gary Westwater
    Participant

    Hi Roy,

    I have one the same length as Paul’s (NK) and one that is about 1/2″ longer (KK). Didn’t realise they were different until you asked. The second one has the shorter indicators on the front too so they may all have been changed by a PO.

    Gary

    • #5501

      Roy Allen
      Participant

      Thanks, guys that’s really helpful. I thought mine were too long. OK now where can I source some the right length?

      Cheers

      Roy

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