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This drives me crazy (er). Really? It's not that hard.
Nothing a die grinder can't fix.
people will amaze you in what they do.
I have much better things to do than worry about what people do with their own shit. If it doesn't affect me, I don't give a damn. If I were buying that hood or car then I might give a shit but otherwise couldn't care less.
So THATS where they go???!!lol
pre-made locating stamp and cut-out from the factory with corresponding mount pad below it... ...and people still get it wrong. Half the work is already done for you.......
Meh. Mine were drilled directly above the adjustable bumpers so I kept them there. Welded the pin to the top of bumper.
Don't buy someone else's screw ups. Problem solved.
Curious, may be a dumb question but , is there a locating mark on the fender flange? Any pics of it?
There is a mounting pad on the fender flange, aligned perfectly with the locating hole on the hood. Not sure how so many folks get it wrong, but they do.
I have seen hood pins in the most screwed up places, and then there are the folks who think the twin scoops should be mounted like they belong on a firebird
What year are you referring to? Mine is a 69 and no locating marks on hood or fender . I would like to know the correct spots as I’m installing the 6bbl hood on mine
Well.... some folks like myself just don't drill holes in our hood because Mopar said drill here. I spent a lot of time moving the plates around where they would correspond with a good location beneath before finding what suited me and it wasn't there , to me I just don't like them on the edge. The sloppiness in your post is what's bothersome not where they are.
Hey!747! , you going to Carlisle this year ???
Looks like he's referring to 71-74 b body's I agree people are stupid shows you most have no business under a hood . And Stanton if you got better stuff to do then to worry about other people s stuff why bother replying. These threads are for useful feedback .
No, to far of a drive for me to enjoy.
I believe some models have an extra bracket that is not present on non pin equipped cars. I also believe a simple substitute bracket could be made of heavier gauge metal to locate the pins in the factory position, aligned with the area on the hood, already prepped for them.
Yeah, my hood has no markings ,embossments or anything
were pins offered on your car's hood? 69? non AG, non A12?