3pc spoiler studs

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  1. CaliCamaro75

    CaliCamaro75 Veteran Member

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    Where can I get some replacement studs for my 3pc spoiler?

    An where to purchase the hardware kit also?

    I have a 75 it's going to mount too. I got new quarter's and repaired trunk lid. So new holes have to be drilled.
     
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    I can tell you that using centering screws 1/4x20 from McMaster Carr is fastest least expensive
    most fool proof method for locating new holes

    Search elsewhere on this site for Scott Kiehn's advice to myself
     
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    I remember reading that. Thank you for the reminder.
     
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    Home Depot, Lowe’s whatever and pick up some 1/4-20 set screws. They even have stainless. Grind a point on the end for marking. After you can unscrew them and turn them around so there’s not a point sticking down from the deck lid. M2c. Good luck
     
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    71 rs BBC......The McMaster Carr 1/4x20 centering screws (set of 7) come with install tool
    for under $20.....are all perfectly the same

    You suggest to buy hardware store pcs, grind yada yada to save $20....Please !!!!!!!!!
     
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    Easy killer! Lol!!! Some of us like to work with our hands. Sometimes it’s nice to have options. Yes I have a lathe if it needs to be perfect. I also have the 5” thick McMaster catalog. Yada Yada Yada it’s not always about the money. Lol!
     
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