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post #1 of 4 Old 02-26-2013, 09:17 PM Thread Starter
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Horn button assembly

Hi guys, my 78 CJ-5 came from previous owner with a small diameter Grant wheel, I recently got a Renegade sport wheel in a bag in pieces. I didn't take it apart so I'm not sure how it goes back together or if all the horn parts are there. Does anyone have a diagram showing all the parts and how they go together ? I hate this small wheel and would like to swap it out when I install new wiring harness next month. Thanks for any help.


1978 CJ-5, 360 with t-150 and M20. long duration cam (10" vac @ 850 rpm).shackle reversal w/ 4" lift, fenderwell headers w/4wd parts side pipes. Stock axles.
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post #3 of 4 Old 02-27-2013, 03:40 PM Thread Starter
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Thanks, this is what I needed. I really appreciate it, these new manuals are pretty much useless. I will go out to the garage later and see if I am missing any parts. I know the three isolater bolts are not in the bag. Which of the parts in the photo can still be purchased new ? Thanks again.

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Thanks, this is what I needed. I really appreciate it, these new manuals are pretty much useless. I will go out to the garage later and see if I am missing any parts. I know the three isolater bolts are not in the bag. Which of the parts in the photo can still be purchased new ? Thanks again.
NAPA auto has this stuff pretty cheap
Spring/plunger kit part# 735-2822
Turn cancel cam part# 735-2950
Spring plate part# 735-2951

Just went through the same thing myself. Good luck!
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