window trim clip mounting

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  1. dutch73camaro

    dutch73camaro Member

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    on my 73 project i'm replacing the quarters, and on the new amd one's there are not the pins for the trim clips. how do you guys fix that ? pop rivets or screws ? i'm looking for the best solution. car needs to be painted yet.
     
  2. Green hornet

    Green hornet Veteran Member

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    From what I have read in the past there are special screws that work like the pins I believe. Do a search and you should find some info about this or others will chime in.
     
  3. Mr Sunshine

    Mr Sunshine Member

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    I just removed my trim this weekend and had 1 of the pins break off so I need to know how to replace it as well. I will be researching it as well. Hopefully one of our second gen buddies on here will throw out some wisdom.
     
  4. steins70z28

    steins70z28 Veteran Member

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    Classic Industries lists a replacement screw with sealer #4492963 pg 227 current catalog. 20171106_070106-1.jpg
     
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  5. cadillac_al

    cadillac_al Veteran Member

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  6. Mr Sunshine

    Mr Sunshine Member

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    Awesome, thanks for the info!
     
  7. 76 camaro car 1

    76 camaro car 1 Veteran Member

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    Just be sure to remember to install the clips before you install the window.
     
  8. POS71RS

    POS71RS Moderator Staff Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    I posted this years ago, but Photobucket sucks these days.
    Look up Auveco 9877. A box of 100pcs runs under ten bucks. The resalers are charging a buck for each dime priced screw.
     
  9. HawkX66

    HawkX66 Member

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    Here's what I did on my 69 in case you want to go with welded on studs. I bought a Harbor Freight Stud welder and modified it.


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