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is there some other type of push pin i can get from a hardware store for securing the plastics?

destroyed all of mine replacing plastics :alcoholic:
 

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is there some other type of push pin i can get from a hardware store for securing the plastics?

destroyed all of mine replacing plastics :alcoholic:
Ditto, what a screwed up design. When I go to purchase these from an auto parts store, do I need more than one size? So far they appear to be mostly the same size.
 

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i get mine at lowes . the ones for nissians or toyotas work pretty good, gm s work real well they just have a big head
 

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I dont know what there called but im going to check Lowes also. When you go to the misc. hardware section. They have a bunch of pull out drawers youcant miss them thats where they have nuts,bolts,screws door latches ect. and they also have the picture on there thats where they should be if Lowes has them. I might get there this weekend.and i`ll let ya know for sure.
 

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ive got mine at lowes too. they are in those sliding drawers at the hardware section with all the nuts and bolts
 

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Great info. Does Home Depot have them ?
 

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i used blue rawl plugs(hollow wall anchors) and then screwed a #8 by half inch stainless panhead screw into them they hold good
 

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check on ebay for the seller that has sold alot of these, he ships very quick and they are better then the stock ones, you can unscrew them without striping the head. the second time i ordered from him, he sent me two extra bags of rivets for free.
 

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check on ebay for the seller that has sold alot of these, he ships very quick and they are better then the stock ones, you can unscrew them without striping the head. the second time i ordered from him, he sent me two extra bags of rivets for free.
Got a link on this? Appreciate the help.

C-Ya!! Mike
 

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check on ebay for the seller that has sold alot of these, he ships very quick and they are better then the stock ones, you can unscrew them without striping the head. the second time i ordered from him, he sent me two extra bags of rivets for free.
Got a link on this? Appreciate the help.

C-Ya!! Mike
Link in post #8 above. Just bought some this morning myself.
 

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Just a FYI, the Lowes in my local area had these. In the nuts and bolts section in the drawers marked automotive. They had several sizes, unfortunately I did not have a Yamaha rivet with me to compare, but the ones I thought would fit were 2 to a package @ $1.29 Still pretty expensive IMHO. I ordered from Majesticman on Ebay, 60 count for $17.88 or about .30 a pop and they appear to fit.
 
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