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Nut-serts?

does anyone have a part number for the nut-serts that jeep uses.

how do they install?
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Jeep calls them Rivnuts part # 6508 202AA

There are special tools you can buy






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what are the prices on those tools?

i need a cheap tool to sell with the rocker gaurds i'm building. so far these are the only things that will work to attach these parts to the jeep.

weblink please!
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http://www.aircraftspruce.com/catalo...conrivtool.php



I'm sure you can get the items needed to form a tool a lot cheaper

Here's what Jeep gives you with the kit




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All you really need is a long bolt to thread in the nut-sert and a cone shaped end to flare the nut-sert.

If you can use the nut-serts with a flat washer like head all you need is a nut and bolt.




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