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Wiper linkage grommets
#1363644 Fri Jun 05 2020 09:13 PM
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I installed an electric wiper motor in my 49 Chevy truck. The grommets for the wiper linkage that hooks to the motor were rotten out. I got the motor from Lmc but they do not carry the grommets. Anybody know where I can get these?

Re: Wiper linkage grommets
jayhawkdoug #1363656 Fri Jun 05 2020 11:43 PM
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The Filling Station Chevrolet parts. # CV-197. Doc


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Re: Wiper linkage grommets
jayhawkdoug #1363658 Fri Jun 05 2020 11:49 PM
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Jim carter has them but you may want to check your local hardware store and avoid the shipping. Google also shows several sources for 49 Chevy wiper motor grommets.


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Re: Wiper linkage grommets
jayhawkdoug #1363749 Sat Jun 06 2020 11:02 PM
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Thanks guys. Will look them up

Re: Wiper linkage grommets
jayhawkdoug #1363832 Sun Jun 07 2020 03:01 PM
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Forty9 is probably right. I went to Lowes last week to see if I could find the hollow nuts used to hold the hood emblems on my 54-3100, they have them. They have a huge inventory in slide out drawers. All types of old and new auto chrome clips, rubber grommets, even the rubber washers for the 3 speed column shift box. I think I paid $39.95 plus shipping for the kit from Bob's Automobilia. He carries Buick parts for 1920 to 1960. I had to modify the grommets (Buick) uses a double & Chevy uses single), He is one heck of a nice guy and sent out a very complete catalog. In retrospect I could have got it for less than $5.00 at Lowes. The Stovebolt interchange guides published by members are very useful for GM parts I go there first now. Doc


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