Toyota emblems installation question

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What bill size you use for 79 - 84 Toyota emblem

http://us.st11.yimg.com/us.st.yimg.com/I/coolfj40_1938_392696805

Last thing i want to do is make a hole too big.

any trick for the bolt patern? ink?

cut the tits off and glue them on..with a good RTV silicone...that way you have no holes for rust to start, that's what i did

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Gord
 
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cut the tits off and glue them on..with a good RTV silicone...that way you have no holes for rust to start, that's what i did



best regards

Gord

Nice bumper, i like it.
 
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3M makes a two sided tape just for this purpose... you can find at any auto parts store.
 

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JB weld works really good too. I attached my fender emblems with it and it has lasted two years now.
 
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Sorry for my ignorance but RTV stand for?

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RTV stands for Room Temperature Vulcanizing. The product described is ordinary silicone sealer.
 
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Thanks very much...it kinda matches the front one, don't you think!!



Best Regards

Gord

**these are custom built bumpers built in my shop for a customers truck**

Very very nice, steel and galvanised?

If your shackle are not upside down mine are...
 
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Thanks for the info....when i bought the "BELTON" suspension kit, the fellow i bought it from, gave me a box of parts and a thank you for the cheque and that was it...there were no instructions at all, and i was not sure till now, how exactly the shackles were supposed to be oriented.

good thing its not to big a deal to change them over, dealing with suppliers in Canada is such a pain at time's cause they, save a few, never include instructions for the parts/goods you buy and they expect people to just "KNOW" how to put things together...

Thanks again

Best regards

Gord
 

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