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    Default Where to buy properly fit panel fasteners?

    I'm tired of wasting money on different "Ford" panel fasteners that don't fit right and plop right out. Anyone know where to grab good ones? Specifically for the door panel.

    Also, anyone know the right screw size for the bumpers? Several are rusted and I'd like to replace them.

    Thanks!

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    Which fasteners are looking for, specifically. A lot of us have plenty, and will ship them to you for a chicken sammich.

    Bumper is held on by nuts and studs. What screws?

    Pics of fastener/screw location would be recommended

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    I'll take several pics tomorrow and post them.

    Sorry, I meant the nuts for the bumpers.

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    The best place for OEM fasteners....the junkyard. I collect misc. fasteners and clips whenever I hit the yard. My car was missing alot of OEM ones, so slowly been replacing. I been able to walk out with a handful in my tool bag pockets. And even if you have alot of nuts, bolts and little plastic fasteners, they'll only get ya a couple bucks for them. Much less than parts store $4.99 jumble pack of crap that doesn't work

    1 running Ford out of 5 isn't bad, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZX2.0 View Post
    The best place for OEM fasteners....the junkyard. I collect misc. fasteners and clips whenever I hit the yard. My car was missing alot of OEM ones, so slowly been replacing. I been able to walk out with a handful in my tool bag pockets. And even if you have alot of nuts, bolts and little plastic fasteners, they'll only get ya a couple bucks for them. Much less than parts store $4.99 jumble pack of crap that doesn't work

    1 running Ford out of 5 isn't bad, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZX2.0 View Post
    The best place for OEM fasteners....the junkyard. I collect misc. fasteners and clips whenever I hit the yard. My car was missing alot of OEM ones, so slowly been replacing. I been able to walk out with a handful in my tool bag pockets. And even if you have alot of nuts, bolts and little plastic fasteners, they'll only get ya a couple bucks for them. Much less than parts store $4.99 jumble pack of crap that doesn't work

    1 running Ford out of 5 isn't bad, right?
    True. The only thing you have to be careful of is that the fastener is still intact. Some of the ones I've pulled from the JY have just enough wear to make them just as bad as the aftermarket ones.

    John

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