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    On my VIctoria the wiper shaft goes thru the header. What attaches it on the outside? I have a nut, a cupped washer and a small metal spacer. Should there be a rubber washer of some kind?

  • #2
    The Vicky in my shop has a rubber washer/seal under the nut. Very similar (or identical) to '31 Slant TS we installed a few weeks ago.

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    • #3
      Thanks, I found the information in the Judging Standards. It is a rubber o ring compressed by the washer. There is nothing like that in the parts suppliers catalogs.

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      • BNCHIEF
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        Water will channel thru there without it Art.

    • #4
      Here is a photo if that helps.
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      • #5
        Is that picture of a Victoria or a Slant WS sedan?

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        • plyfor
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          Sw with deluxe arm.

      • #6
        Originally posted by plyfor View Post
        Sw with deluxe arm.
        The deluxe arm is why I was asking. I don't think the Victoria has the deluxe arm that has the spring covered. Is that a cup washer or flat washer under the nut?

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        • plyfor
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          ours is flat washer, chrome nut

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        Thanks

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