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Unread 01-17-2012, 12:20 PM   #1
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Default Those silly little spacers under the rocker panel trim..

I've seem to have lost mine... Any suggestions on what to use instead? Or how thick they are? I have nice new diamond plate that I am putting on my restore project and I don't want to cause a crease in the diamond plate with out having those spacers. Or does anyone have four laying around they want to mail me?
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Unread 01-17-2012, 12:23 PM   #2
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Default Re: Those silly little spacers under the rocker panel trim..

Use 4 nuts big enough to let the 1/4 bolt slip through
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Default Re: Those silly little spacers under the rocker panel trim..

Cut some 1/2" PVC pipe to fill the gap?
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Default Re: Those silly little spacers under the rocker panel trim..

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Use 4 nuts big enough to let the 1/4 bolt slip through
That's where I was going to go with it. I believe the manual say thy are 5/16" thick. I think the 9/16" battery nuts might be close to that.
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That's where I was going to go with it. I believe the manual say thy are 5/16" thick. I think the 9/16" battery nuts might be close to that.
Whatever works and isn't so big it sticks out from under the rocker? Smaller 5/16 nut and a few small 1/4 washers? Those things always get lost....
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Default Re: Those silly little spacers under the rocker panel trim..

I save every faucet washer I can get my hands on for stuff
like this.
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Default Re: Those silly little spacers under the rocker panel trim..

just measured the ones scottyb recently fixed me up with. yes, 5/16 long.
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just measured the ones scottyb recently fixed me up with. yes, 5/16 long.
thanks!
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Default Re: Those silly little spacers under the rocker panel trim..

Home Depot, Lowes, Ace Hardware and hobbie shops carry a variety of these plastic spacers which can be drilled, sanded and/or cut to desired size.

Try this google link to see what I'm talking about. These are pretty cheap and should not scratch.
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