1. Shane

    Shane New Member

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    I have a 1969 Road Runner and I'm installing a Six Pack fiberglass hood, bolt on style. Not lift off. I have a set of hood pins I bought from YearOne. This car did not originally come with hood pins. Can anyone tell me the correct location on where to install these under the hood? I uploaded 2 pictures of where my hood bump stops are. Can I keep them in the same location and just drill and tap a new hole for the hood pins? Any help is appreciated. 15368562663003338380219995251419.jpg 15368563323776421219006045308981.jpg 15368562663003338380219995251419.jpg 15368563323776421219006045308981.jpg
     
  2. Russ69Runner

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    Basketcase is probably the one you need to ask I see he has hood pin's. Wish I could help but don't have a clue. Good luck. :thumbsup2:
     
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    could call year one and talk to a tech guy and ask what the dimensions are they are pretty good about giving information to people who have bought something from them
     
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    By the way welcome from the peach state with the wave glad to have you nice looking car
     
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    If you have not installed them yet they can go anywhere you want. Just match side to side and then drill the hood and install that part of pin
     
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    Mine, I have them plug for now , Have 41762040_1829901660408933_91787784737521664_n.jpg steel hood on my 69RR
     
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    Way to go Tom. I knew that someone would have the answer. I thought we use to replace the hood bumper with the pin to keep from drilling additional holes. But did not want to steer the man wrong. Good job. :thumbsup:
     
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    69hemibeep Sponge Bob Square Wheels

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    No measurment from the front or rear of the hood?
     
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    Dude! Where's your fender tag?
     
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    Oh boy another senior moment Mac. Measure twice and cut once. But need all the measurement's. :kartman: Told you he had old timer's.
     

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