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Old 01-30-2020, 07:48 PM   #1
BoloYang6
 
Drives: Camaro LT 2012
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Screws Help

Hi Guys!


I just realize I don't have screws to connect car with plastic shield around wiper blades. What screws I should look? I attach image.


Thanks!


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Old 01-30-2020, 09:54 PM   #2
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I replaced these on my Mustang:



With these:

They are dirt cheap on eBay, available in lots of colors. I used them in place of ALL
the push in fasteners and 10mm bolts.


I have a riv-nut tool, and nut-serts, or well nuts.

Drilled the holes the right size:



Pop in the well-nut:






Replaced all the hood insulator push in fasteners:
:


Still need to do the fender liners, and other things, but they will all be
replaced with stainless bolts, and the red anodized washers. I am doing
the same with the tail light covers on my Camaro, as soon as I get it back.
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Old 01-30-2020, 10:12 PM   #3
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Quote:
Originally Posted by '10CamaroDude View Post
I replaced these on my Mustang:



With these:

They are dirt cheap on eBay, available in lots of colors. I used them in place of ALL
the push in fasteners and 10mm bolts.


I have a riv-nut tool, and nut-serts, or well nuts.

Drilled the holes the right size:



Pop in the well-nut:






Replaced all the hood insulator push in fasteners:
:


Still need to do the fender liners, and other things, but they will all be
replaced with stainless bolts, and the red anodized washers. I am doing
the same with the tail light covers on my Camaro, as soon as I get it back.



This looks amazing! Thanks again!
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