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Thread: Radio mounting and speed nuts for wood dash?

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    Radio mounting and speed nuts for wood dash?

    Putting the original radio back in. It appears I am missing the lock down nuts to secure the radio in the front to the wood dash. Appreciate any help on this.

    Also, does anyone have the part # for the speed nuts that hold the wood to the dash? Thanks


    Scott
    1996 993TT 3.8
    1966 911
    2017 I3

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    The stamped hex speed nuts I have found at my local friendly Ace Hdw.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bradford View Post
    Putting the original radio back in. It appears I am missing the lock down nuts to secure the radio in the front to the wood dash. Appreciate any help on this.

    Also, does anyone have the part # for the speed nuts that hold the wood to the dash? Thanks


    The vintage Blaupunkt guys will have a pair of those thin ring nuts that secure the radio.

    The rubber conical speed nut on the left is what was on the car originally...the stamped hex on right is a generic retro part.....there are three versions of those...early had the one you have, '70 on had a later version also rubber (Sierra Madre has them), the hex thing showed up on much later cars, if at all.
    Mark Smedley
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    '86 930
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    I may have the nuts to secure the shafts, I will check.
    Mike Fitton # 2071
    2012 991 Platinum Silver
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    Thanks guys, So far I found the nuts for the radio at Sierra Madre


    Scott
    1996 993TT 3.8
    1966 911
    2017 I3

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