Correct screws for gauge and radio bezel mounting?

Sheriffandy013

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Ready to reinstall my gauge and radio bezel after getting dash painted. Gremlins obviously stole my screws…what are the correct sizes I should be using? All the same or are some longer or shorter? Also, there is only mounting tabs on the bottom of gauge bezel correct? Any help you can give is appreciated!! Oh yeah, 70 Charger w/ ac.

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If no help I can post pic tomorrow. The 5 screws for gauge cluster are different then the 4 for radio bezel.
 

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If no help I can post pic tomorrow. The 5 screws for gauge cluster are different then the 4 for radio bezel.
That would be great!! Installing my new Dakota gauges and new dash bezel all around. Needed new screws anyway but now I can’t find the old ones to compare.
 

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It's not your exact car, and you may be past the point where you could use this, but there's an article in Mopar Connection online that's a great tutorial for installing the Dakota package in a B Body.

 

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1st pic repops top is for radio bezel 2nd pic is original screw from my 70 charger. Gauge cluster also should have a clip on the frame for the screws. Hope this helps.

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After you get the dash installed…it’s funny how the original screws turn up one by one in the carpet pile ,seats etc.
 
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