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    Bumper/ Rub Rails

    what is the best way to attach a new nose piece or rub rail? I think they were oringinally on with rivets? Working on a 92 SP

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    Warner Robins, GA Home of the 2007 All-Star Little League World Champions!
    You can buy a rivet gun and install the new one. Drill out old rivets. Or you can buy SS screws and nyloc nuts, and attach with them. If installing a splash guard with the new nose, the screws work much better.

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    panama city beach 'fl


    I've taken rivets out and taped fiberglass

    later cd

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