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Luke, one suggestion? Shoot in a higher resolution, 240 really doesn't do it justice full ascreen. A Guy
 

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Luke, one suggestion? Shoot in a higher resolution, 240 really doesn't do it justice full ascreen. A Guy
we do but we cant get the video to upload
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we are not movie gurus....lol
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i got my chrome mopar hood pins from luke almost 3 years & my r/t sits outside & they are still in great shape. love the old school look. in fact the are much better quality than the pins that i had in the '70's. i just wish the black ones where more than just a black base. on my yellow jacket it would look great all black but the combo of black & chrome for the peg & pin just doesn't work for me.
 
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i got my chrome mopar hood pins from luke almost 3 years & my r/t sits outside & they are still in great shape. love the old school look. in fact the are much better quality than the pins that i had in the '70's. i just wish the black ones where more than just a black base. on my yellow jacket it would look great all black but the combo of black & chrome for the peg & pin just doesn't work for me.
Agreed. Doesn't work for my PCP too as well. Maybe we can have it powder coated? Just a thought.
 

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Agreed. Doesn't work for my PCP too as well. Maybe we can have it powder coated? Just a thought.
i had same thought & was told that the powder coat would come off the pin fairly quickly due to how tight it fits in the peg & the taking it in & out. would love to see someone who tried it & it worked.
 

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Ok so just so I get the right and don't freak out during the install...Im getting ready to install these tomorrow and from what im reading it will be necessary to pull the pins slightly forward to keep them from hitting the plate and closing correctly do to the angle..... is that correct?
 

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Ok so just so I get the right and don't freak out during the install...Im getting ready to install these tomorrow and from what im reading it will be necessary to pull the pins slightly forward to keep them from hitting the plate and closing correctly do to the angle..... is that correct?
I didn't have to on mine. The holes you drill are much larger than the pin. Which account for the hood arc. You only have to worry about lining up the 3M plate on the hood itself.
 

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Ok so just so I get the right and don't freak out during the install...Im getting ready to install these tomorrow and from what im reading it will be necessary to pull the pins slightly forward to keep them from hitting the plate and closing correctly do to the angle..... is that correct?
There's room for error when drilling. Due to the larger holes. Not when you stick the plates on, the holes are closer to the pin size. That's where you have to line the holes up correctly.
 

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Got my Mopar pins from Steve White and drill through my fiberglass hood, came out perfect. But whats up with the way to long hood pins???? I had to grind about a 1/4" off the threads to get them down far enough!!! Whats up with that????
 

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Got my Mopar pins from Steve White and drill through my fiberglass hood, came out perfect. But whats up with the way to long hood pins???? I had to grind about a 1/4" off the threads to get them down far enough!!! Whats up with that????
your right we have had a few lately that the pins where a little too long, not sure why:crying:
 

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your right we have had a few lately that the pins where a little too long, not sure why:crying:


Mopar probably changed venders….I didn't mind as I fabricate stuff all the time and wasn't a problem, but may be for someone else. I got the best deal with discount from you guys!
 

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Ok so before I go a drilling 8221 4260 Ab -001 is the correct part number right? 2016 rt shaker Ps check out the photo I think they are now making these kits with the pins at a slight angle to help with fitment? Others I've seen were completely vertical these have a slight tilt to the front

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Ok so before I go a drilling 8221 4260 Ab -001 is the correct part number right? 2016 rt shaker Ps check out the photo I think they are now making these kits with the pins at a slight angle to help with fitment? Others I've seen were completely vertical these have a slight tilt to the front
https://www.stevewhiteparts.com/oem-parts/mopar-hood-lock-stainless-steel-with-chrome-plated-82214557ab

https://www.stevewhiteparts.com/oem-parts/mopar-hood-lock-stainless-steel-with-chrome-plated-82214557ab

remember for a few more days promo code SUMMER>:)
 

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I recently found a significant quality issue with MOPAR PN 82214260AC. (I ordered from the dealer and did not see the post here.). Not a Steve White issue!
After talking with 3 Dodge dealers who sell this part kit I have found the issues listed below apply to at least 22 separate orders.

1). The MOPAR instructions, K6861918AB, wrongly call out Call Out 1 as the Drivers Side plate when it is a photo of the Passenger Side Plate. Callout 2 is for the Passenger Side Plate but the Drivers Side Plate is pictured.
2). The kit came with 2 each of the passenger side plate only and the kit requires a passenger and drivers side plate.
3). The kit contains hood pins that are at least 1” too long and therefore not useful and require the customer to have them cut down and rethreaded. I have my pin fully tightened to the base with the locking nut loose and it is clearly sticking way up.

This kit was packaged on 4/2020 and includes an inspection/verification checklist initialed by REH indicating all the parts are included with the kit.

I am being taken care of by the dealership but they have little faith the replacement kit will be complete and my Dodge Challenger R/T now has holes cut in its hood but no functional hood pins as a result. (Well 1 hood pin)

Anyone else have the issue with the pins being too long to function and how did you resolve it?

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