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Old March 16th, 2008, 09:14 PM
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Rear bumper/ST Tire Carrier Bolts

Anyone have a list for the bolts/washers/nuts needed for the bumper and tire carrier? Took mine off and want to replace them with SS when I put them back. I was hoping that someone who had done this already had the parts I need.

I search the FAQ but it I couldn't find anything for a ST.

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I'm going off of memory here...

For mounting the swing carrier to the body:
M8 x 32mm long (6 pieces)

For mounting the swing carrier hinge to the tailgate:
M6 x 25mm long (4 pieces)


For the rear bumper:

I would not recommend stainless steel fasteners. SS does not have the same tensile strength as steel. If you are concerned about rust, replace the original bolts with galvinized bolts of the same grade. I believe the rear bumper is fastened with M10 and M8 bolts...
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I'm going off of memory here...

For mounting the swing carrier to the body:
M8 x 32mm long (6 pieces)

For mounting the swing carrier hinge to the tailgate:
M6 x 25mm long (4 pieces)


For the rear bumper:

I would not recommend stainless steel fasteners. SS does not have the same tensile strength as steel. If you are concerned about rust, replace the original bolts with galvinized bolts of the same grade. I believe the rear bumper is fastened with M10 and M8 bolts...
Thanks for the info and the warning. I actually don't pull anything with the 90. I would actually leave the bumper off if I didn't need the weight to compress the back end to get it in the garage that and the dog likes it for a step to get in (read: put front paws here and look back for the elevator ride- this from a 120# Great Dane).
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