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#766436 02/25/19 7:39 pm
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I thought I'd pass along some useful tips on identifying rocker boxes. All have the 65-1506 casting number, but:

BB 3/8”-20TPI acorn nut (65-0311). Also, has no threads in the casting for the rocker shaft
CB DB DBD 1/2”-20TPI acorn nut (65-1856). Has ½-20 threads in the casting for the rocker shaft.


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Thanks. That is the type of tech info that is useful. I made it a stickie so it stays at the top of the page.


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