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This is a screw that goes into a mud flap. I will be looking for the same screw but probably 1 1/4" long. Here are the specs on this screw.


I have checked Lowes, Advance Auto, Autozone, Oriellys and nothing.

What should I be searching on the innerwebs to find the same screw, except 1 1/4" long?

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My local Ace Hardware has a large variety of fasteners. You can also try McMaster Carr and other places online. Heck, Amazon probably has them.
 
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Ace Hardware has a great selection in bins in the back.


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What is the thread size?


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If you can't find one locally at ACE or TRUE VALUE, try this site...

https://www.mcmaster.com/
 
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Look for trim screws.

https://www.winzer.com/product...x-Head-Tapping-Screw These may work.

If not, look for a body and paint supply place in your town.




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Looks like this distributor has them on page 14 of this pdf. also looks like you will need to bump up to M8 to get 35mm lengths .

http://www.crestmidwest.com/co...le=pdf/section05.pdf



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This isn’t fully threaded, and is stainless, but might do the trick?

https://www.mcmaster.com/90469A154-90469A154
 
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That reminds me ... I ned to get out to the car with some zip ties. The front valance is coming loose again. Guess the shoe string wore out.

Matching metric threads may not be necessary. The receiving threads could be buggered from the screw loosening up via aerodynamic activity of the flap. A larger screw might work better.

As far as metric fasteners go, I go to the source. BelMetric, of Tyngsboro Massachusetts.



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Originally posted by Riley:
Look for trim screws.

https://www.winzer.com/product...x-Head-Tapping-Screw These may work.

If not, look for a body and paint supply place in your town.
\.25 a piece...$12-$15 to ship...But those would work!!


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Are these for a Ford pickup mudflap? If so, how many do you need?
 
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Are these for a Ford pickup mudflap? If so, how many do you need?

They are for a universal mudflap that I am using on a Toyota. But I prob need 8-12


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I searched M6.3 x 1.81 x 30 mm Phosphate Type Ab Hex Head Tapping Screw

Got several hits but prices put to 88 cents per and similar shipping.




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That’s probably going into a speed clip attached to the fender.
A black hex lag bolt should work.
They come in all sizes.
Similar to a license plate screw that goes into plastic.


 
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