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Old 05-30-2015, 06:19 PM   #1
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Inner Fender Pins

The 2 pins on the side rocker for my front inner fender are not holding it down. I can hear it flapping as a I drive at any speed.


Anyone have any idea how I can secure the inner fender with these 2 pins? I have tried pushing from the other side but I found the cutouts are much bigger than the pin and just go right through.
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Honestly if I was you and I had trouble with it I would zip tie it. You can probably zip tie it and get the plug in there to hide it. I never have much luck with those plugs
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Do you really need them on there? Cosmetically, I think it would look better without them, if i think they are what i am thinking, lol.

You can get newer ones, from dealer or fastenal.
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^thats the front of his rocker panel. So yeah he needs it. Just go down to the parts store and get som universal push clips. They would prob be cool enough to let you take one out to see if it will fit. If you go to ford for the parts be prepared to spend probably 3-5 bucks each.


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So they're most likely just broken? Anyone have a link to get them online?
Ebay has a few for side rockers but I'm not sure which go in the front. If I cant find the specific one then I'll try universal ones.

These maybe?
http://www.ebay.com/itm/25-Ford-Rock...780c8c&vxp=mtr
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I don't think you'll find them online, as there are just too many.

Here is just some for mustangs

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There are so many kinds I'm not sure which will work. I tried prying one off to see what kind it was and well..

the head came right off and the rest of the pin is still in there
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Christmas tree clip. Get one that's bigger then the hole but not too much bigger so it'll secure it. Prob work

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Assuming the holes aren't damaged, the OEM part should be W709176S300 (pack of 4). FordPart's diagram lists it as HM3.



It's a 6.2 X 16.3MM nylon push pin. LatemodelRestoration sells a similar part.
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I just added some 3M tape to mine and it is pretty solid.
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Do you really need them on there? Cosmetically, I think it would look better without them, if i think they are what i am thinking, lol.

You can get newer ones, from dealer or fastenal.
Yes he needs the rocker panel.

Now you don't need the actual wheel well liners themselves. I took mine out of the front and rear.

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Old 05-31-2015, 10:41 AM   #12
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Thanks for all the help guys! Went to autozone and bought these pins for $3, they look identical to ones on there now. At least I can replace the one I broke.



If they still don't hold down the fender liner, then some 3M tape or zip ties sounds good to me! Just need it stop flapping. Thanks again everyone.
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^ They look like two-part push-rivets in the Ford illustration. Another great place I've gone to to find all the weird plastic fasteners is clipsandfasteners.com. If they don't have it, it probably doens't exist!
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