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Old 02/23/2018, 10:00 AM   #16
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Do you mean the flat square washers with the lip or the pedestals? The picture of the square washers in this post are ones I manufactured. Not sure what HCS washers would look like.

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Old 03/23/2018, 08:25 AM   #17
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I need the pedestals along with the big bolts to bolt the lights onto the car, i basically just have the lights with wiring and no hardware
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Old 03/23/2018, 10:33 AM   #18
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Do your lights have two bolts hanging off from them? If not then we need to find a way to reattach some carriage bolts to them. Or find a set with the bolts on them. They are held on by a special "capture" plate that holds the carriage bolt from spinning.

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Old 03/23/2018, 03:06 PM   #19
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Do your lights have two bolts hanging off from them? If not then we need to find a way to reattach some carriage bolts to them. Or find a set with the bolts on them. They are held on by a special "capture" plate that holds the carriage bolt from spinning.

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yes it has the hanging bolt just no actual mounting harware, their not the correct ones. Their the ones i wanted for this car because i really dont like chrome-so their the ones with black on the back
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Old 03/23/2018, 04:01 PM   #20
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Cool cool. I assume they are Lucas and the thread is a British metric thread type. I have a black one for a sample and the bolt is the correct thread for the nuts I will make.

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Old 03/23/2018, 11:58 PM   #21
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No, the black ones have different threads.

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Old 03/24/2018, 08:52 AM   #22
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I have a black one with the same threads. But it may be very old.

68J code,
Please send me one of your bare light bodies so I can verify the threads. Or you can by trying a standard or fine American nut on the threads. If it spins on easily then they are not British threads. I can make two nuts with American threads so they look authentic.

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Old 04/27/2018, 06:09 AM   #23
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$85 Kit includes:
Qty = 4: Washer, Square
Qty = 2: Spacer
Qty = 2: Bolt, Threaded, Internal
Qty = 2: Washer, Star
Qty = 2: Grommet
USPS shipping included (continental US only)

Let me know if I can help. I also have the same HCS decals as what Mr. Teets sold and the stripe kits too, both 68 CS and HCS.
Any Pics???
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Old 04/27/2018, 06:13 AM   #24
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Calistang,
Do you mean the flat square washers with the lip or the pedestals? The picture of the square washers in this post are ones I manufactured. Not sure what HCS washers would look like.

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Rob, sorry I'm just get backing to you I was actually asking about the grommets. I'm assuming they are just rubber grommets. can you tell me where to buy those or order them. I looked on my Lucas fog lights and I don't seem to have them anymore.
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