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Old 04/18/18, 08:17 AM   #16
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Amk is the way to go for me. They are a godsend when restoring an old Ford. Hardware store bolts look out of place to me. Quality AN or grade 5 or 8 hardware is really expensive when buying a few at a time. Ford used specific hardware that for the most part is not available at the hardware store. Amk kits come bagged and tagged to make it easy. I tend to lean toward the resto vs modified camp, so the original look and finishes are important to me. I have used Amk products on more than one Mustang I've restored, so I naturally went to them for Bronco fasteners.
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Old 04/18/18, 11:54 AM   #17
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I use Ace hardware, the guys there ask me where stuff is.

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