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Replaceable lever cams for 66/73

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Do these exist?

 

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Yes they do. Brownells has them in stock. The last lever I got from Taylors had the replaceable cam. I've been shooting it about a year. It is holding up well.

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Could someone provide me with a link to the part ........ or at least a good picture?

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Never 73's do not have replaceable cams, but earlier ones did. Do not remember when the change took place. Got my cams from VTI. GW

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Is this what you need Brownells

 

 

1SKU(s) found

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935-000-017WB

Cam Lever

Mfr Part: 200072

UBERTI

$17.90

Add to Cart
In Stock

FITS: 1866 - Common Parts; 1873 - Common Parts; Henry - Common Parts

 

No.

I am talking about the cams on the finger lever that the lifter and lever springs ride on.

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I recently bought a ladies and youth model 73' and it had the replaceable cam on the lever. Give Taylor's & Company a call, they probably have what you want.

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The picture and link that Deacon provided is the replacement lever cam. To me Brownells has the picture upside down. This is the cam on the lever that is pinned on. The tip of your lever spring rides on this cam. Your lifter spring rides on the lifter arm.

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Yep picture provided is just upside down. But that is the part for a lever cam.

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PILING ON!! PILING ON!!

There is a "cam" on one side of the lever only. Recent manufacture Finger Levers DO NOT have aa replaceable cam. Older Levers have a single replaceable cam, on the left side, so the lever side spring will hold the lever open in your cart .. or shut.

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PILING ON!! PILING ON!!

There is a "cam" on one side of the lever only. Recent manufacture Finger Levers DO NOT have aa replaceable cam. Older Levers have a single replaceable cam, on the left side, so the lever side spring will hold the lever open in your cart .. or shut.

This is what I thought.

There are two cams on the lever. One on each side.

One is for holding the lever in position. The other for the carrier.

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This is what I thought.

There are two cams on the lever. One on each side.

One is for holding the lever in position. The other for the carrier.

NO. Lever cam holds lever. Carrier is held by cam on lifter arm

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NO. Lever cam holds lever. Carrier is held by cam on lifter arm

You are correct

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I've seen a few, new manufacture Uberti 73 rifle kits with the old style lever/pinned cam. Occurrence seems random. Mario, he usa what he finda in da box or ona da floor :lol:

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I've seen a few, new manufacture Uberti 73 rifle kits with the old style lever/pinned cam. Occurrence seems random. Mario, he usa what he finda in da box or ona da floor :lol:

That's funny right there! :)

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That's funny right there! :)

You could probably make a pretty good replacement out of ironwood, Ace, I've seen your work.

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You could probably make a pretty good replacement out of ironwood, Ace, I've seen your work.

Maybe so. But I don't think I could do it for $18.00. :)

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