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So I am not sure what screw this is, and the diagram on white bear lake parts isn't quite getting me there.

 

Apparently I never put these on when I did my boss 302 front end. I did end up with two extra screws, but they are not what I need. Who knows where they where meant to go.... Lol

 

I need one per side, it screws the lower valence into the bumper, screw head is on the bumper side. The location is the most rear point in the wheel area. And there appears to be a metal "nut plate" it would go into on the valence side.

 

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I don't know,, but dude you are hairy as fuck.

 

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Hardware store mang.

Yea but that will be hard. I have no idea what the threading is.

 

 

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Yea but that will be hard. I have no idea what the threading is.

 

 

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If you're buying a nut and bolt who cares!

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If you're buying a nut and bolt who cares!

It threads into the lower black part, there is a nut plate thing in there. So it has to be whatever thread that is.

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I'm a mechanic..........we make things work even when they don't want to.

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I could shove any screw down that but plates throat, but that is going to cross thread it all the shit and possibly not even hold very well.

 

 

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It's a screw going into a clip. They can't cross thread. It's not a bolt.

I thought they had a few threads to them, not just "sheet metal with a hole" in them.

 

Either way, it wood be nice for it to be correct..... No help in trying to figure out the right part number? I figure since I am about to order O2's from white bear lake anyways, might as well throw in the proper screws.

 

 

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After looking at a bumper parts diagram, you're probably looking for a valance panel screw, w711103-s900. Note if you Google the part number you'll get a ton of different descriptions.

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Use something like this then you will have a tow hook too.

 

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Lol

 

 

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After looking at a bumper parts diagram, you're probably looking for a valance panel screw, w711103-s900. Note if you Google the part number you'll get a ton of different descriptions.

Yea. That's what I figured. Number 17 in the diagram is that part number.

 

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Yea. That's what I figured. Number 17 in the diagram is that part number.

 

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Actually I think it might be #2.  I believe they had a washer and that looks like it would line up with #14 which is that clip.

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Well shit. I already bought #17. A quick google seemed to look right ????????‍♂️

 

 

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