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I took the top off my 1984 Bronco XLT, and decided I that need some new hardware. I have already found and ordered the bolts and clips that hold the top on; but I now I need the clips that the bolts go through and the interior trim screws into. I will post a pic as soon as I figure out how, and have a pic. Anybody know where I can find these, and what they are called? I have searched and cannot find a thread on this.
 

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Thanks for the help, but I don't think the 94 uses the same hardware as the 84. Mine uses screws to hold the trim on, and all I can find on those sites are push pin type clips
 

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Trim Info & pics in an 86
Source: by justshootme84 (Randy Z, Casual Mudder) at http://www.supermotors.net/clubs/superford/vehicles/registry/8135/24882




78-91 Broncos use 4 short bolts (8mm head, 6x1.00x40mm) on each bedrail & 5 long bolts (8mm head, 6x1.00x70mm) in the upper sections. All bolts thread into U-nuts, except the 2 upper corners & the 2 rear corners which use captive nut plates. The bedrail bolts each use a clip stamped "L" or "R", but the rearmost bolts use the opposite clip. The clips for the B-pillar bolts are not marked, but the smaller tab goes down. Source: by Steve83 (Steve, That dirty old truck) at Ford Bronco Zone Forums

Parts Break-Out Diagram w/nomenclature by Steve83 (Steve, That dirty old truck) at http://www.supermotors.net/registry/media/282491


Top Trim U Nut Part Numbers, in an 85 302 (Scroll Down); ; clipped to inside side panels under side window. trim - fasteners clipped to the body are called 'extruded u nuts' or 'fold over nuts'; thread is 6mm x 1.0; Geno makes the u nuts. The part number is 8-12575 (2 pak). Regular 6mm x 1.0 bolts will work fine
Source: by Chris B (Blue, bronco boy) at telus.net
 
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