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Old 03-13-2009, 07:02 PM
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I think they are installed wrong. They are installed from the back of the masonite. so the teeth are facing away from the door. I had never used them before and was going off another DIY I had seen. That explains a lot and I should have caught that.

Only problem I see with that is then the flange would show through the tweed then since they are not totally flush. Well lesson learned on that one. What can I do to remedy this w/o ripping the tweed off?

Derek
Vince is right, you are pretty well screwed on this one. You would have to cover the t-nut flanges with a layer of something and then put on your tweed so the flanges don't telegraph through.

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are the 10780 clips what they call frogleg clips?
I've been trying to source some, but auveco won't reply back wth a dealer close to me (edmonton, alberta, canada).
I would like to get them in quantities greater than 4/pkg.
anyone have any leads?
thanks for any help.
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Not sure what clips you need. But I've used these guys before and got very good service.
http://www.allensfasteners.com/
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good place here too

http://www.yourautotrim.com/clips.html
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thanks for the info wanabe and dbinnc.
they both have what I'm after.
I'd prefer to deal in canada but I'll give them a call anyway.
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Old 03-16-2009, 08:09 PM
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are the 10780 clips what they call frogleg clips?
They're called offset clips. You can get them at this web site:
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