bumper bolts

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    captiannapalm
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    so upon closer look, the part of the bumper that is vertical that frames the license plate is missing its bolts, and looks like a bracket in the front is also missing. anyone know what sixe these are?

    #13183
    62cutlassconvert
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    Here’s some pictures of the bolt for the vertical over-rider. The bolt is a carriage bolt, 1/4″ course with the spacer shown. The bolt slips into the flat sided hole at the bottom of the over-rider, then the spacer goes on, then it contacts the lower valance at the boss and washer and the nut go on the back. Knew I had this somewhere and just found it. Uses a carriage bolt to keep it from turning since you can’t get to the head of the bolt. Should be able to find something that works at you local ACE.

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    captiannapalm
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    thanks

    #13195
    captiannapalm
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    any idea what the o.d. is on the spacer?

    #13197
    62cutlassconvert
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    It’s about 3/4″ long and an OD of about 9/16″.

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