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Old 02-27-2007, 08:38 AM   #21
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That makes sense. I tightened down the bolt the best I could but was a little worried cuz the bolt wasn't as far down as before. The bolt sticks up a little. When it gets warmer I'll just give it a few more cranks.
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^^remember what size the nut is??? i may have my buddy mike bring a wrench to class tomorrow and put mine on in the parking lot after class
I know that the front wiper nuts are 13mm, so I would assume that the same would be for the hatch wiper nut. Then again, Ford isn't so smart when it comes to design continuity so don't quote me on that

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That makes sense. I tightened down the bolt the best I could but was a little worried cuz the bolt wasn't as far down as before. The bolt sticks up a little. When it gets warmer I'll just give it a few more cranks.
Yeah, i noticed the same thing...mine isn't sitting as far down as the stock one but i didn't wanna tighten it too much and break something so i just left it alone.
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