Wanted Turn signal switch for 7/69 fj40

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And, if anyone with a cruiser from around this time has some good pics of their dash I'd really appreciate it since the p.o. totally gutted this thing. I have some idea where things go (s.o.r.'s pictures) but could use some help.

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And, if anyone with a cruiser from around this time has some good pics of their dash I'd really appreciate it since the p.o. totally gutted this thing. I have some idea where things go (s.o.r.'s pictures) but could use some help.

Paul
Hey Paul, I have a 69/40 in Camino,Ca. You're welcome to come up and see what it should look like. It's near Placerville. HTH, John Pardi
 
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This is what I have (or don't have) on my column:
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You will need more than the switch mymistressisa70fj40. The upper end has a shaft that also functions as the arm you move to activate the switch, and most do not offer that with a switch.

I have a brand new switch with the upper assembly [arm included] for $80 to your door. LMK
 

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