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 Posted: 03-20-2005 07:35 pm
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Mark Rosenbaum

Joined: 03-12-2005
Location: Kingman, Arizona USA
Posts: 532
If yours are like the presumed-original ones I found on my car, the flat disk at the top is only 3/4 of a full circle.  In my case it was fairly easy to rotate the parts out of the old hardboards and into the new ones -- sort of like giant screws.

Since the original parts are likely to be fragile due to age, and exact replacements seem to be unavailable, if I were going to be replacing hardboards I'd go down to my local auto parts store, see what they had that was looked like it would work, and buy enough of those to do the whole car.

Checking my notes, I find that James Brinkley reported using this process with two items from Kragen Auto Parts:

PA 6120042 Trim Panel Rtnr 45474

PA 6119903 Trim Panel Rtnr 45115