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Front Spoiler mounting
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bigfootlarry;273480 Wrote:What size self tapping bolts did you use to mount spoiler?

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bigfootlarry, I know your post was several days ago, but if you haven't found your mounting hardware yet, this is what Ford used for the front spoiler on the Boss 351. The Ford part # (40953-S8) is a 1/4" X 20 X 3/4" Self tapping hexagon washer head screw. It has a zinc plate finish. Another trip to the hardware store!!

Steve

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Nice write up- High five to Q! I got this kit and , Wow, these screws are big.

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I was fortunate to have my spoiler pre-installed before I have the valance repainted. I had found a different size screw to use.

mustang7173 Bravo
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I just took my spoiler out of the package. Instructions are for a 68-70. Little help. Found this thread and Q's video. Awesome! Saved me a lot of time.

Well done, "M" would be proud.

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