Bodywork fasteners

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oilyrover
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Bodywork fasteners

Post by oilyrover »

Over the last few months I've been slowly working on quarter turn fasteners for the Paso.

Here are a few pictures of the progress. Once I know the fitment is right I'll coat them in satin black.
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Re: Bodywork fasteners

Post by murphus »

Nice. Can't wait to learn if it works as hoped. Love the idea of getting away from the well nuts and having true quick-turn fasteners.
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