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Does anyone know the thread pitch of the two bolts that hold the bottom of the rear seat back to the metal dividing the trunk from the rear seat? It seems when the painter reassembled my interior he conveniently left those bolts out and I know they were there when I took it to be painted. That was back in 2016 so that is how long it has been since I have had my rear seat out. Anyway, if I knew the thread pitch I would just pop down to my local Ace hardware and pick up a couple of bolts. Thanks

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These are the type my car has, to hold the rear seat back, upper portion to the floor, Jim

https://www.amkproducts.com/bulk-fasteners-products/?Product_ID=11197

 

Something like this with a large flat washer would work too:

https://www.fastenersuperstore.com/products/354035/self-tapping-screws?pid=17345

Thread pitch would be a 1/4-14

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Willie, I had heard they had a warehouse in town, but never needed to deal with them before. Now that I know I am sure they will be my go to parts spot. They even host a cars and coffee event monthly between October and April. Crazy I have lived here for 17 years and just now learned all this. 

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1 hour ago, cbolt said:

Willie, I had heard they had a warehouse in town, but never needed to deal with them before. Now that I know I am sure they will be my go to parts spot. They even host a cars and coffee event monthly between October and April. Crazy I have lived here for 17 years and just now learned all this. 

Jim i think they said they moved about 5 years ago. So enjoy it as we have no big store close. 

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