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Old 04-28-2008, 06:38 PM   #29
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Just checked out your part no. 91337, I guess I should switch the one I have out for a new nylon striker. I'm assuming I would drill out old rivets on existing plate and install new nylon plate with rivets or screws? If rivets, any suggestions for a well-made, all purpose rivet gun and size of rivets most commonly used? Any danger of having too many rivets on the jamb/frame? Sorry for the barrage of questions, I've obviously got a lot of catching up to do...Thanks, Steve

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