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Dodge Horn Button, Application?


Scott Bonesteel
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Thanks for that but I wonder if there is a more specific application.  The photo you sent is a 36 but it is on a 'banjo' wheel.  This is the only photo I can find of this particular button, every other 36 I have seen has the single ram without the 'Dodge' wording.  Maybe it is specific to the banjo wheels?  I seem to recall that the Chryslers had a similar distinction with the larger models in the 30s.  Thanks again for your help.  SMB

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On 11/29/2021 at 9:49 AM, JACK M said:

That was my thought when you first posted.

I think your are right.  Just located in my Chrysler parts book two different Chrysler horn buttons for the 'C16' Chrysler, which I believe is a 1937, one of which says for standard wheels, the other of which says for steering wheel with 'stainless steel spokes', i.e., the Chrysler banjo wheel.  Looking for my 37 Dodge parts book which I will bet has a similar distinction.  

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