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Old 04-19-2008, 02:54 PM   #1
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Does anyone know the size of the rivets used in the awning end caps? I've got a bunch of rivets here, but none that fit. Seems the "nail" end of the rivet is quite thick. Anyone? TIA
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Does anyone know the size of the rivets used in the awning end caps? I've got a bunch of rivets here, but none that fit. Seems the "nail" end of the rivet is quite thick. Anyone? TIA
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They should be 3/16" pop rivets. Hope that helps.
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My Carefree also used 3/16. I had to replace the fabric "pull handle" on it last year.
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