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  • Bumper Bolt - Repro ~ 1967 -1973 Mercury Cougar / 1967 -1973 Ford Mustang - 41745
  • Bumper Bolt - Repro ~ 1967 -1973 Mercury Cougar / 1967 -1973 Ford Mustang - 41745

Item #: 41745

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Price: $2.75
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    This bumper bolt is sold individually and replaces Ford part # C4ZB-17758-A. It features the correct "button" head profile covered in stainless steel. Silver zinc with wax coating to extend plating life. Reduced shoulder height allows the nut to seat properly.

    Please know that chrome cracking from the installation of bumper bolts on our rechromed bumpers is not covered under warranty. We have observed that some reproduction wavy washers are of a thicker material than original and require more torque to flatten out properly for a good fit. We suggest that no matter what thickness your repro wavy washer is that you flatten them out in a vise prior to installation so as not to have to apply as much torque when installing. Better yet, reuse the originals whenever possible. Also know that all bumpers once they are straightened and polished lose material (thickness) in the restoration process, often these 50 year old bumpers have gone through this process more than once. Also know that chrome seems to adhere better to virgin metal better than used, recycled metal. With those three things working against you extreme caution is needed when installing your rechromed bumper.

    Dear Don,

    Thank you for your help over the last 10 months. I have been in the process of completing a convertible conversion for my 1967 Mercury Cougar. I have had the pleasure of finding nearly every part that I need with West Coast Classic Cougar. Your service is exemplary and I am pleased with all the parts I've received. The project is finally nearing completion!

    Thanks Again! Aaron Smith

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