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Wing bolt and screw part numbers needed

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Hey guys. Please help. Want to remove my wing risers. Need help with part numbers for the screws and bolts as I dont have the originals. I found part numbers but the sizes are different.
 


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Agreed gents. But I have know idea what the sizes should be.
I am not 100% certain however, with the bolts/screws you have you should be able to match the shank size and thread pitch.
Again with the bolts/screws you have, just subtract the amount of the wing spacers and you should have the length.
A hardware store clerk may be able to help you.
 


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Just to be clear you're looking for the hardware that fixes the wing to the hatch? If I get the chance I can make a run to the hardware store and let you know. May not be today though. Will follow up

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Feedback from my side is that I used the self tapping screws from the wing riser itself to return the wing to stock and got new rocker clips from Ford
 


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Sorry about that man. Got caught up with life and completely got sidetracked from this. Glad you got it figured out.

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Removing wing risers can be a bit tricky without the right screws and bolts. While you've found a part, it's essential to make sure it's the correct one for your specific make and model. For the right screws and bolts, you might want to give https://www.scrooz.com.au/ a shot. They have a great selection of fasteners and automotive hardware. It's a good place to look for the parts you need to safely and securely remove those wing risers.
 




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