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Price: $0.85
    Cost: 68
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    Every now and again, the studs that hold the rear moulding begin to rust and break away from the body of the car. No need to install your rear window trim with missing studs and clips......just screw one of these little guys into place and Viola! Problem solved. Sold Individually.

    • #4-24 X 3/8"
    • 7/32" Head Diameter
    • Phillips Flat Head

    If you were missing every stud on your windows, you would need:

    • 67 - 68 = 22 front, 20 rear
    • 69 - 70 = 13 front, 24 rear
    • 71 - 73 = 16 front, 18 rear

    Here's a handy diagram we put together to show where these posts go on the front of a 67-68 Cougar or Mustang (click image to enlarge):


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    California
    2020

    No problem welding these into my 1970 Cougar rear window frame.

    4.50 out of 5
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    Usually if you need to replace one of these it is because the metal behind it has rotted. So make your patch panel, drill a hole and screw in the stud. Put a spot weld on the back side before installing the patch on the vehicle. The screw must be mild steel, not stainless because it took the weld perfectly :)

    2019

    Repair Stud - Windshield / Rear Window

    5.00 out of 5
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    Worked well. Only needed a couple, thankfully.

    Salem, OR

    Glad these are available!

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    These little studs saved me, as several of my original posts were missing, and several of them broke off of the repro rear window patch panel when I was trying to install clips. Thanks to these, I was able to replace all missing studs and install my trim properly.

    ontario, canada
    2018

    just like original

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    these are great replacements

    Australia

    Repair stud Windshieid

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    Great piece..Good to have the little things to keep the car looking original

    Number of questions: 1
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    desertdave Asked:
    Do you have a diagram as to where the studs are located on a 1970 Cougar/Mustang as I have about 6 missing and can not tell exactly where they go.
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