The original fastener looks a little like a rivet. I have never
seen them so I'm not sure.
Parts List shows it - Body Mountings - plate C - part C28.
I used a butterfly type clip that has a stud and nut. I don't recall what
part # I used but my Ancient Auveco catalog shows a 2744 or 2818 that might
work. These 2 fasteners have a wire on them that is removed to work on this
You could make your own clip with some flat stock and some PEM studs.
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On Behalf Of Jay Laifman
Sent: Tuesday, October 01, 2013 5:03 PM
To: James Pickard
Cc: Tiger List
Subject: Re: [Tigers] Grill trim
It doesn't sound like you got the right part. I believe originally the trim
was held in by a large button, which could look sort of like a rivet. But
more recently I got those plastic rectangular clips. I thought I got them
On Tue, Oct 1, 2013 at 2:00 PM, James Pickard <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I'm trying to mount the narrow chrome trim strip at the base of the
> grill opening. Mine was held in by 4 plastic clips that are
> disintegrating. I ordered a set from SS, and all I got were 4 rivets.
> How am I supposed to mount it using these? Thanks.
> James Pickard
> Beaufort, SC
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