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Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by dirt t, Jul 30, 2023.
Need a short one. 3/8" fine thread.
Part number and supplier please
Terry aka dirt t
Clevis is down by the still.
But he doesn't wear fine threads.
looks like 2-1/2" is as short as it gets but if you don't need reinforced bosses you could drill new pin holes
For 3/8-24 only.
Looks like the '47 to '54 Chevy 3100 parking brake clevis...available at Jim Carter or Classic Industries, plus many others.
The same clevis used on Harley mechanical brakes from '35 - '57. From J &P cycle
I have purchased many items from Midwest Control: https://midwestcontrol.com/shop/they have an easy to use website and a large catalog of parts.
make your own???
It's only 5:30 in the morning. I'm 10,000 miles away. I'm from a different culture. And I still damn near wet myself laughing at that response. Very well played.
Thankyou sir for brightening my day.
Might check Pete & Jake's they have several kits that use different sized small clevises.
I thought Clevis is what Dolly Pardon has between her boobs.
This is so good I bought some things already! Thanks!
Just be careful , good ones are forged , cheap ones are cast
If the Hamb had a one-liner hall of fame, I would nominate this!
Why... thank you, thank you.
Just some early Sunday morning half awake BS silliness.
Good luck to @dirt t
No.... that looks like multiple clevises to me!
When I was "richarding" around with my clutch stuff... I made up a couple of clevises (plural is clevi?) from stainless steel bar. Well.. they looked pretty slick...
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