Rivets for window frames
I'm finally ready to put my wing windows back in. So I went to may garage to find my package of Olympic rivets. Kind of like looking for a needle in a haystack, so I need to order some more. I think the Olympic Rivets I had were 1/8". What I am riveting is the window frame to back into the body of the coach. (these are not the original windows so I have to drill new holes in the coach) I have to wait till Monday to order so just to be sure I would appreciate some advice before I order on the following:
I believe Olympic Rivets come in both 1/8" and 5/32" sizes?
Should I use 1/8" or 5/32"
Should use bucked rivets instead? (now's the time) Any great advantage to this? I don't have the tools, except a wimpy air compressor, have never done it, and there is a somewhat narrow space where I would have to get a bucking tool into. Plus I'm not so sure if the vibration which I assume goes along with bucking is a particularly good idea with 33 year old tempered glass. (I'm not masochistic enough and just lazy enough to not want doing this job again.
Sail on silver girl. Sail on by. Your time has come to shine.