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Old 02-03-2006
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I took off my mud flaps to rhinio some of my exterior. I bolted them back on, but they're still hella loose. I need replacement platic push pin things. I asked my dealer about them and he said I had to buy a new set of mudflaps in order to get the plastic bolt things. That's $44, besides my mudflaps are perfectly fine, lol. Not to mention if one did break, I'd have a new set of mudflaps to use and no plastic pins to replace. The stupid a$$ things were mangled when I pulled them out. I think maybe one out of eight were reusable and that one didn't even look to hot. So any ideas?
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I had the same problem...i took mine out but luckly mine went back in i think you can go to advanced auto store and show it to them and i beleive they have universal pieces that will push in there...

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yea most autostores should have a crap load of sizes and lengths of those... speaking of which i gotta go get some myself...
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Yeah check your local auto pars stores. I have had to pick up alot of those plastic pin things for various things on my 84'.
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Hi all, New to this great site. Just wanted to let you know I saw them at lowes today in the hardware section in the dwarers where all the specialty type fasteners are. They were even labeled for ford, gm, chrysler, etc.
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Good Find.
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Yeah the guy at the dealership pulled out these three big cases. He opened em up and they looked like tackle boxes lol. It seemed they had every other replacement pin but the one i needed. None had the length or the right looking head on it, i was like wtf? Thanks though, I'm going out and about later today, I'll have to go store hoppin.
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Lowes..i got some for my license plate upfront..and they got all types..
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