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Need to know what bolt size this is

I'm about to put my light tabs on, however I'm missing both of the bolts to hold them onto the bumper. Please help me if you can, I need the bolt and thread size. Thanks.
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The second picture shows where their locations would be behind the bumper.
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Maybe you can't get to them because of your body lift?
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they work with BL's. John have you tried any junkyards.
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Body lift isn't a problem. I took the bolts out about a year ago, and have no idea what happened to them.

I have no idea where I can find a junk yard around here. Most places that I had checked out near my parents house had nothing that I could use.
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The bolts that I have are 1/4" x 1'. They may be different from yours though, as I had to rummage through some stuff I had at the shop for them (plus i don't think I'm looking at the right hole your pointing at)...

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mine were 14mm... i just had them off when i installed my light tabs
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Christian posted this about a month or two ago. I think he said the thread was 5/16".
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Cool, I'll try to find that thread. Thanks guys.
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John honestly those don't do anything right ? So any 5/16 nut whould work as long as it is the right thread. Go to home depot and buy a fine and course thread 5/16 nut, and see if one of those work. If i get a chance i take one of mine off and take it salvoes and see if I can buy two just like it.
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If anything, I can always get a tap, and make some new threads.
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Christian posted this about a month or two ago. I think he said the thread was 5/16".
I just searched back through his posts to about 3 months, didn't find anything...
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