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Old 07-31-2021, 04:12 PM
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A handful of Nice Original factory license plate screws and their square plastic nuts.

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Thank You, Chris
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What's special about these vs. what's available virtually everywhere?
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2 prong nuts vs 4 prong. I think Enoch on this site just posted some 2 wrongers not too long ago
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What's special about these vs. what's available virtually everywhere?
Hi Joe,

Please direct me to the source that has these 60ís OEM license plate screws and the plastic nuts that I show.

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WTB,

A handful of Nice Original factory license plate screws and their square plastic nuts.

Photos for reference of what I need.

Thank You, Chris
I have three of the nuts and one screw. If you are Interested how about $20. I can either stick them in an envelope or I'm local in Salinas and if you are passing through..... Thanks, Geoff.
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I found what I was looking for, thanks to R68GTO for the lead.

Enoch supplied me with OEM fasteners for the 60ís license plates.

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LAst time I bought them from the local fastener company
They are distributed by AU VE CO products-
Catalog lists 3 different part numbers for use with a 1/4" / #14 screw - (2 with 2 legs and 1 with 4 legs)

AUVECO part#'s listed.

PN 3682 -50pcs/bx - 2 leg measures .625 square and the protruding pegs are .390 across at the widest -

PN 8435 -50pcs/bx - 2 leg measures .625 square on the face - the protruding pegs are .395 across at the widest -

PN 11719 -50pcs/bx - 4 legs .600 square on the face - protruding pegs are .415 across at the widest
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