What are these called and where do I get them?

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  1. Darhawk

    Darhawk Well-Known Member

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    I have a few of these missing and my Horse is starting to dangle. I need some new ones but can't figure out what they are called and/or where I could get them without having to buy a new Horse. The Ford dealer is 22 miles away, so I'd rather hit an auto parts store nearby.

    Can you help me out please...thanks
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  2. ttocs

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    just get some nuts and they will do the same thing.
     
  3. Darhawk

    Darhawk Well-Known Member

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    I guess that is another option. I could get them at Home Depot...that is a possibility. Thanks for the idea.
     
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    TanTop94 Well-Known Member

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    I mean if it really comes down to it you could use some RTV and stick it on there for life....haha
     
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    RTV would work too. the glob on the back wouldn't need to be to big to hold in place either.
    If you really want to replace it with the same kind of fastener, Go to any local body shop and see if one of the mechs has any.
    Ace Hardware might also have some. I really doubt Home Depot or Lowes carry them but you can ck.
     
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    Ck you local salvave yard.
     
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    3m plastic and emblem adhesive may work for you also.
     
  9. Darhawk

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    thanks ya'll for your help and advice! I appreciate it!
     
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    I've got an extra horse with the bracket. 20 bucks? No idea if that's way high or way low. Pm me
     
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    I believe they are also referred to as speed nuts. Pep boys should have them, and I would assume that some of the local Mom and Pops would carry them or something equivalent on their fastener racks.
     
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    Dang it!!!! I just went to the garage and rechecked the pony! It's the plastic post that actually broke off. So I won't be needing a clip. I will just be getting a new Horse. I already ordered up a new Horse. Thanks for at least trying to help me with one. I appreciate it.
     
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    No prob. I personally prefer no pony in the grill anyway.
     
  14. MustangChris

    MustangChris Legend Retired Staff SN95 Supporter

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    so, he's an option...

    youll need the following tools:
    a mig welder
    13 car batteries (to run the welder, duh)
    the running horse
    the mount
    your mustang
    and someone who can hold an 8mm with a pair of pliers without flinching.

    once you get all that, let me know and i'll walk ya through the process....
     
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    All right Hillbilly blood Jr. Ha!


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