Re: Creating a thread on a metal post?
The grille is billet..
I was going to use tape, except the damn badge is hollow, and has a ton of
curves. JB weld is what the guy said to use, but im not wild about using
superglue on my baby.
"SVTKate" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> What kind of grille do you have?
> I have a billet gille on mine.
> I put a Cobra emblem in the middle of it.
> I used Automotive two sided tape, just like they use to attach the side
> emblems, it has held for several years, no problem.
> You clean the back really well with alcohol, let it dry.
> Over apply it, cut the excess off with a razor blade so that it it trimmed
> nicely around the edges of the emblem and stick it on.
> BUT my grille IS metal.
> The posts are very soft, if you try to thread one, you may have it break
> You MIGHT be able to use something like JB weld (or some sort of really
> glue) screws to the back of the emblem
> or something like that if the back of the emblem is hollow
> <japhar> wrote in message news:tpWdnQWUkNPSNQLfRVn-qQ@giganews.com...
> | So this is random, but Im scratching my head... trying to find a way to
> | mount a little mustang badge on my grille, the badge has little metal
> | that arent quite long enough to reach..
> | Is there something that will put a thread on them so I can put on a nut
> | a bracket? I.E. the oposite of drilling and tapping a hole, can i thread
> | blank post somehow?
> | If not, what can I use to bond chromed metal (permanently enough that
> | kid wont yank it off)