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You know how the stone-deflectors use those weird bolts? Well, I've got the bolts and I've got the stone deflector, but I couldn't tell you for the life of me how this is all suppose to go together(unless I'm missing something perhaps). I don't remember at all how the original one was because that was like 2 or 3 years ago.
 

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My 67 is currently up in the air on the lift. It would be real easy to take some pics. Give me some specifics of what you need. PM or e-mail to get my attention.
Dave
 

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I assume you're referring to those speacial rectangular nuts/clips that are
used to attach the gravel shield behind the front bumper...right? Last summer when
I had the bumper off would have taken some digital pics to send you.
Now the vert is taking it's long winter nap here in the land of the frozen tundra! :(
 

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They are hidden under the wide grill trim right?
 

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That's the ticket! Not to be a poop but did you cheat and tack weld them in place?
 

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That's what I need, but how the hell is that suppose to hold the stone deflector down? It looks like they're just magically sitting in the hole.
 

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That's the problem, I have brand new ones and I stare at them like a *********. I have no idea how those are actually held to the panel.
 
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