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Old 10-17-2013, 03:00 PM
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got the dse kit in. although the factory motors are the same, the way the dse motors are done, the swap is not as straight foward due to the way the motor is mounted in the trucks. I will work on a fix and see what I come up with.
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got the dse kit in. although the factory motors are the same, the way the dse motors are done, the swap is not as straight foward due to the way the motor is mounted in the trucks. I will work on a fix and see what I come up with.
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We've installed several of the Specialty Power Window Wiper Universal kits in C-10's. Right now we're installing on in the Goodguys Giveaway C-10 that we're building. We're having a sale in the vendors marketplace, but look here for pics of the kit. Just throwing it out there as another option if you're interested.

https://lateral-g.net/forums/showthread.php4?t=43348
Thanks, will see how Mike goes with the DSE kit

Is the Specialty Power Window Wiper Universal kits only 2 speed no intermittent/delay?
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Thanks, will see how Mike goes with the DSE kit

Is the Specialty Power Window Wiper Universal kits only 2 speed no intermittent/delay?
The specialty power window wiper kit has a 2 sp and intermittent switch.This kit is made in the USA.Like stated before it is a option to what Mike is offering.
I will say one thing we have sold more 100 of theses kits and they will work perfect and are a great fit in a c-10 truck.We do build alot of C-10s in our shop
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This is an old post I know but was there ever any resolve on the Detroit speed install?
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Just finished installing a DSE Selecta-speed wiper kit in our 67 c10. I started with a 67 camaro kit. They do have a universal kit but they were on back order and we found this one in stock from a dealer. It can't be a "bolt in" since the stock bracket must be removed, but wasn't very difficult. It took about 3 hours to do.
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First the stock mounting bracket had to be removed by drilling the 6 spot welds
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Bracket is out of the way
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Using the 67 camaro bracket as a template, it was cut to fit. The edge on the left fit perfectly vertical with the motor mounted at an angle out of the way with no interference.
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Old 08-26-2015, 06:14 PM
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1/8" steel plate was used. This gives the right spacing for the shaft to protrude thru the cowl. The shaft hole is slightly smaller than the DSE plate to seal around the rubber grommet.
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