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#458523 06/17/21 07:02 AM
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I'm looking for that ever elusive jack decal for the 67-68 trucks.
Also an outlet for a transfer case case rubber boot for the same year. Everyone has the later OVAL version. Mine has a rectangular base and an offset long, narrow boot.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Kevin

Wilwood Engineering1955-1957

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Kevin,
Have you used the Chevy part numbers and searched the obsolete stocks of dealers? Your local GM parts guy can do this for you. I have the parts book for '46-'72 trucks Series 10 - 30. I can not find a definite part number for the boot. The group number is 4.570 and part number 3919432 is for '68-'69. Other than the knob, there is no reference to any item for a '67 truck, in this group. This is very strange

Mike


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