Just noticed a NSS on ebay for $39.99 Looks like for a TH400 w/o tilt. This would be a #652 I think. I have no interest in this item; maybe somebody could use this.

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Comment by Clovis on December 30, 2017 at 10:45pm

If it was on there its gone now

Comment by Robert Alan Shannon on December 30, 2017 at 10:54pm

Yeah Clovis, I don't see it either , was there when I posted.

Comment by Anders on December 31, 2017 at 6:12am

Somebody snatched it right away. 40 USD is a bargain. It might show up again shortly at 250+ USD. 

Comment by John Smith on January 11, 2018 at 9:08am

Damn! I need one for my '64 vert. Had the car at the auto elec's today and the little black plastic "fork" that moves the internals around had broken one of the tines off. The tech tried to glue it back but it was not successful. The car can start in any gear which is not desirable. Please, if anyone has one, I'd sure like to get a hold of it. aussiejohn.

Comment by Jason Edge on January 11, 2018 at 10:09am

John, If you just need the fork that slides back and forth that engages the metal slot on the column I do have that piece and can include with your current order. I will send an email.

Comment by Tony and Ginny 429 on January 11, 2018 at 10:40am
There are posts on this site and that explain how to repair a NSS with JW weld epoxy ( a metal infused epoxy that is super strong )
Use the 6 hour drying time for best results
The product has a lot of good uses and it is gasoline proof ( as is all epoxy ) which is a unique quality when needed

Comment by Jason Edge on January 11, 2018 at 10:58am

Tony, The repairs are for the channel, not the fork that slides back and forth. Here is the link: - Neutral Safety Switch Repair by Anders and Russ Austin

Comment by Clovis on January 11, 2018 at 11:48am

Tony not all epoxy is gasoline proof. Definitely not all alcohol proof. Probably the cheaper stuff.

Comment by Tony and Ginny 429 on January 11, 2018 at 12:32pm
From my own experience using epoxies and CA glues for 23 years building and flying radio control aircraft most epoxies i have used are gasoline and alcohol proof
I will quailfy my statement to read --Most --epoxies are gasoline and alcohol
Proof but all i have used have both qualities
The fuel for the engines is metanol which is an alcohol base and we use epoxy to protect the fuel tank areas with epoxy from absorbstion into the Balsa wood
I have never used an epoxy that does not have both qualities

Comment by Tony and Ginny 429 on January 11, 2018 at 12:39pm
You can use epoxy to repair gasoline fuel pumps when needed as i did on my porsche engine
A very permanent fix



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