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Handles and Latches
Partnumber: 1345
Datsun Roadster & Fairlady 63 - 67 Replacement Inside Door Handle Roll Up Knob

63 - 67 replacement door handle roll up knob. (Handles not included. Shown for assembly reference only)
Hard plastic knob with knurled steel insert with wave washer, flat washer, set screw and small bottle of Loc-tite
Many factory original knobs would fall off their handles because of poor attachment. The original knob had a brass insert that was swedged over in attempt to hold the knob to the handle. This is why they used brass. Worked ok if they got the swedge right. In addition the original plating was not great so when re-chroming it becomes necessary to remove the knob by drill off the swedge. After doing this there is not enough shaft left even when attempting to install a screw to allow the knob to rotate properly. This new alternative is much cheaper than buying a NOS handle and will last longer than the factory knob.

To order a Pair Order by PART# 1345PR $28.00

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