810 Cord Final Assembly

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12 Aug 2004 17:56 #2063 by Patrick E. Hart
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I am ready to install the front bumper and wonder: 1) whether there should be a rubber pad between the bumper blocks and fenders to reduce the chance of paint cracking; and 2) whether the bolts that attach the bumper to the stub frame and lock washers should be painted or chrome or cad plated.

Thanks for the help. Pat

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13 Aug 2004 13:01 #2067 by Josh Malks
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Nothing is 100% "should be" with Cords. But generally ---

- thin rubber pad between bumper block and fender.
- Cad plated bolt (cap screw) and lock washer.

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13 Aug 2004 18:23 #2068 by MICHAEL S SMITH
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PATRICK

YOU SHOULD SHIM BETWEEN FRAME HORN AND INSIDE OF FENDER TO ELIMINATE ANY SPACE, SO TIGHTENING BOLT DOES NOT APPLY PRESSURE AND BUCKLE FENDER OR CRACK PAINT.

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