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  1. you know me

    you know me OT where the douchbags play

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    n showing off my engine to someone who wanted to see it (I don't know why) I noticed I'm missing a 'bolt' that holds the bumper to the rad support (i think its the rad support) anyway I want to get one before I head out to virgina on wednesday. Does anyone what size this plastic bolt is so i can get one at autozone?
     
  2. CJPA

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    Is there a duplicate "bolt" on the other side of the car that you can use for comparison? I'd be very surprised if it didn't have a symmetrical brother
     
  3. you know me

    you know me OT where the douchbags play

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    it's the only thing holding the front of my bumper on the car...sorta don't want to take it out
     
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    call your buddy, take the bolt out, leave your bumper off, have your buddy drive you to autozone, get bolt, go put it back on, and call it a day. :o

    or just drive the shit over to autozone bumperless and if anyone gives you slack tell them "its no bumper day son get with the program" :hsugh:
     
  5. you know me

    you know me OT where the douchbags play

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    I'd rather have all my parts stay on the car, thanks.


    but funny idea on the 'no bumper day' thing. I loledirl
     
  6. Kenny Powers

    Kenny Powers OT Supporter

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    You should have clips/rivets holding the bumper cover in place pretty well. It's not all being held on by the one remaining bolt. You'll probably be fine if you take it out.
     
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    Call a Ford dealer.
     
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    Your bumper should be attached below, above, and also to the front fenders. If its not, then you have bigger things to worry about then just one bolt.
     

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