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<TABLE border=0 cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=0 width=600><TBODY><TR vAlign=top><TD width=600>Reproduction Door Lock Striker Assembly for the 1971,1972 and 1973 Mercury Cougar or Ford Mustang

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Part #: 2000264


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Door Striker bolt assembly complete with PVC bushing. 7/16-14 thread. Silver zinc finish.

Plate, I am guessing. We also sell just the bushing for the striker.


I thought I changed this?
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Do you mean on the inside ?

If so, I recently cut out and replaced my door jambs, I have a piece left I could photograph next time I'm at the garage ?
It'll show a previous owners bad repair, but it'll give you the idea

Basically, there's a 1/4" plate inside, held by tabs which the striker screws into.

does anyone know what holds the strikers on the post? is it a nut r a plate?

r blocker
thks in advance.
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