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Old 02-10-2021, 05:15 PM   #1
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Anyone know where I can get these clips from that go to my zl1 front bumper? Had a few good bad and want to replace them but canít find them on shelves of part stores. A part number or link to the clips would be awesome. I not even sure what to call them to start looking.
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Old 02-10-2021, 06:11 PM   #2
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Anyone know where I can get these clips from that go to my zl1 front bumper? Had a few good bad and want to replace them but canít find them on shelves of part stores. A part number or link to the clips would be awesome. I not even sure what to call them to start looking.
Are they Metal or plastic?
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Old 02-10-2021, 06:14 PM   #3
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Are they Metal or plastic?
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Old 02-10-2021, 06:38 PM   #4
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www.auveco.com

They make just about every automotive fastener there is. Their web site sucks but they have very good customer service if you call the.
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Old 02-10-2021, 07:13 PM   #5
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www.auveco.com

They make just about every automotive fastener there is. Their web site sucks but they have very good customer service if you call the.
Awesome website found these on there. Not 100% itís the correct screw size but Iím willing to give them a try. Found a set of 10 on eBay for $20 Kinda pricey but if they work itís worth it.
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Old 02-10-2021, 07:33 PM   #6
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Didn't see this thread until now, but I ordered these off Amazon a couple of years back. Part number 11570215. Screw/thread size is M6x1.0. I added the ZL1 belly pan and these fit right into the square holes in the frame. Looks like you got what you need.
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Old 02-10-2021, 08:15 PM   #7
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Didn't see this thread until now, but I ordered these off Amazon a couple of years back. Part number 11570215. Screw/thread size is M6x1.0. I added the ZL1 belly pan and these fit right into the square holes in the frame. Looks like you got what you need.
Awesome. I wasnít 100% on the thread size of the screws but you are correct on what I wanted them for. I am putting a splitter on my bumper and three of the screws broke instead of coming loose. So I want to replace them all and nip it in the butt while I got it apart so I got 20 of them on the way.
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In a pinch, you can use the clip that hold your license plate to the bumper. I keep a bunch in my tool box. Got them free from the "Make ready" department at the dealership.
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Those ended up being the wrong clips a lot bigger then what I needed. Looks like it takes same size screws but the clips I bought just simply has a bigger body to it wonít fit in the hole go figure lol. Iíll have to try finding the clips killboy mentioned.
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Old 02-26-2021, 11:14 AM   #10
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The new clips killboy mentioned came in today these look like the correct ones ty killboy. They are not exact match. They take a bigger dia bolt which I don’t think will be a big deal. However they do fit inside the square holes. I am going to attempt to use these and if they won’t work I’ll figure something else out but my initial thoughts are these are going to work.
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Old 02-26-2021, 12:34 PM   #11
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Not sure what the factory bolt/thread size is but if it is different than these (M6x1.0) it wouldn't make a difference - worst case you'll have to buy new bolts, but a set of ~15 (11 required) stainless bolts can be had for ~$10 or so from Amazon or a local hardware store. I used Allen-type bolts, 1" long because they're easier to work with than others (won't fall out of the drill/driver as easy), and scraping the dirt outta the hole is easy.
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Old 02-26-2021, 12:50 PM   #12
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Not sure what the factory bolt/thread size is but if it is different than these (M6x1.0) it wouldn't make a difference - worst case you'll have to buy new bolts, but a set of ~15 (11 required) stainless bolts can be had for ~$10 or so from Amazon or a local hardware store. I used Allen-type bolts, 1" long because they're easier to work with than others (won't fall out of the drill/driver as easy), and scraping the dirt outta the hole is easy.
Yeah I think they will work out well the m6 should be a better stronger setup then the drywall type screws (not sure what else to call them) that was in there before. With the splitter protectors I think they will help strengthen the splitter to bumper connection. I may have to enlarge the holes in the splitter for the bigger bolts maybe. I havenít looked into that yet. I am confident I can make these work I just wanted to be informative for others who may look for these and see this post that what these are are not exact replacements. Worst case scenario I can get a replacement panel from rock auto for $75 I was hoping to save a few $
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