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post #1 of (permalink) Old 02-03-2016, 11:52 AM Thread Starter
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Hi Guys, call me stupid but I started a restoration of a 1964 Scout 80. I'm no mechanic but have fairly knowledge of how to do things. However I asking a stupid question on how does one take off the Window winder and door handle knobs. I cannot see a clip or screw. Im from South Africa so there are very very limited Scout around. I don't want to break them as I will never find replacement parts here in South Africa.

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Hi Darrel. can't seem to find a thread on the forum about your question, but this thread on another site might help:
Scout 80 window removal - Binder Bench
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Hi Guys, call me stupid but I started a restoration of a 1964 Scout 80. I'm no mechanic but have fairly knowledge of how to do things. However I asking a stupid question on how does one take off the Window winder and door handle knobs. I cannot see a clip or screw. Im from South Africa so there are very very limited Scout around. I don't want to break them as I will never find replacement parts here in South Africa.

Your help will be greatly appreciated.

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Go to www.binderplanet.com. You will find all the help you need on a Scout.

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Welcome to the forum. Do try to post your inquiry in the Tech section and may be someone with a knowledgeable mind could help you out with it.
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