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I located a suitable replacement hood for my 78,, all is good except the movable nuts inside of the hood where the hindge bolts is questionable,, does anyone sell these? Thanks

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....hood for my 78,, all is good except the {captive} nuts...
does anyone sell these?
http://www.mcmaster.com/#clip-on-nuts/=l4u16p

Guys gripe about their prices, but I've found it to be the other way around. :)
Maybe it has to do with what I buy compared to what they buy?

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Oh Man I never thought to look there I buy from them a good bit! if I order before 10 am its here the next day !! Thanks Alvin

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Whats wrong with the nutz on your current hood? Couldnt you just transfer them over?

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I'm about to part out a '78. You can have factory ones if you want.
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