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    Re: Speaker brackets

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    You came in asking for help and when you were given help that you found unsatisfactory, you had a nasty attitude and attacked

    people trying to help. I responded in kind and your attitude kind of escalated from there. Hopefully we have moved on from that.





    Self tapping screws usually get the job done. However, they are not the best when it comes to taking them out and putting them

    back in. Usually that second or third time they won't get nice and tight anymore. You could also try a threaded insert. I haven't tried this personally but they look amazing. Something like this: Nutsert Kit Quite a bit of a cost if only going to be used a couple times but could be worth it if you think you will use it more in the future.
    I appreciate you help sir.
    I did come here initially with a nice attitude but it changed when people were rude to me. Thats all. I would also like to think its past and resolved







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    Re: Speaker brackets

    Quote Originally Posted by crosjr View Post
    You came in asking for help and when you were given help that you found unsatisfactory, you had a nasty attitude and attacked

    people trying to help. I responded in kind and your attitude kind of escalated from there. Hopefully we have moved on from that.





    Self tapping screws usually get the job done. However, they are not the best when it comes to taking them out and putting them

    back in. Usually that second or third time they won't get nice and tight anymore. You could also try a threaded insert. I haven't tried this personally but they look amazing. Something like this: Nutsert Kit Quite a bit of a cost if only going to be used a couple times but could be worth it if you think you will use it more in the future.
    That Nutsert kit looks spot on. But I am all out of cash for this project!




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    Re: Speaker brackets

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    Re: Speaker brackets

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    That Nutsert kit looks spot on. But I am all out of cash for this project!
    You can always find cheaper, that was just more to give you an idea. This one doesn't look too bad: Astro 1427 Hand Rivet Nut Kit



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    I am not a moron. Just asking advice from others that have been in this situation before I ruin my car door.Whats wrong with that?
    Wasn't talking about you.



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    Re: Speaker brackets

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    Wasn't talking about you.
    Fair enough.
    But why would you bother commenting if you have nothing positive or helpful to add? Why be a member on a forum if you don't help others?
    It sounds to me like you know everything all ready.




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    Fair enough.
    But why would you bother commenting if you have nothing positive or helpful to add? Why be a member on a forum if you don't help others?
    It sounds to me like you know everything all ready.
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