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Old 02-16-2017, 12:05 PM   #21
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Best and easy way,cut about 1 inch or more of small i.d. hose that fits snug on prongs,easy on and off and will hold side emblems also
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What is an i.d. Hose?
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What is an i.d. Hose?
inside diameter...
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Old 02-16-2017, 05:39 PM   #23
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Best and easy way,cut about 1 inch or more of small i.d. hose that fits snug on prongs,easy on and off and will hold side emblems also
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That has to be a very small hose. I can't see how the prong with a hose pushed on would fit through the holes in the deck.
I wonder if melting some wax on the prongs would work.

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Old 02-16-2017, 07:29 PM   #24
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That has to be a very small hose. I can't see how the prong with a hose pushed on would fit through the holes in the deck.
I wonder if melting some wax on the prongs would work.
Well you slip hose on AFTER you put emblem on, one will hold it in place 66racer
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The emblem did come with four black plastic covers that kind of look like thick condoms. After trying to find some right sized speed nuts at PepBoys and failing, we cut the "condoms" applied some "Goop" to them and reattached under the nose. Unfortunately, could only get to two prongs but it appears to be working.
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Had mine on rear for 17 years pulled it for buffing no problems .
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Old 02-23-2017, 08:48 PM   #27
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Both of my side flag emblems and the nose flag emblem are nutted on. My painter provided some barrel clips that fit over the rear Sting Ray emblem stubs. These barrel clips have little wings that spread out to catch the mounting holes. The emblem is easily and carefully removed for waxing. I do not know the official name of these clips.
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Most every company that supplies badges, lapel pins, etc., also supplies retainers in many forms including a soft plastic or rubber formulation. Here's one such company grabbed at random off the web - a search will reveal many more.
http://www.thepinpeople.com/lapel-pi...terfly-clutch/
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Old 02-24-2017, 07:35 AM   #29
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All this to avoid putting some speed nuts on and a little detail cleaning.
Along with possible loss of emblem and paint damage...

I'm not 'getting it'...
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