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Old 02-16-2018, 09:50 AM   #10
Keith Seymore
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Re: Wheel Arch Molding / Wheel well Molding

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We called them "B96 nails" -

(lol)

B96 = the RPO for the wheel opening molding
"nails" = because the guys on the line would fully seat them by hitting them with a hammer, rather than a screwdriver

I'm not sure where you can buy them but I have a giant bag full of them that a friend gave me. I don't want to know where he got them.

K
I didn't find the physical bag but I found a picture.

I use these for everything. In the trailer pic I used them to hold the aluminum panels to the sides (like drywall screws).

K




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