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Old August 4th, 2017
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Grab handle locking pins

Hi guys, noob here. I scored a killer deal on a 97 88 with only 65k and everything working! I've replaced the sagging headliner but had a couple of the plastic retainer pins that hold the grab handles in place broke.
You've probably seen that a lot. Can't get'em from a dealership. Found a couple online for an outrageous price. Wondered if anyone here knew of a source for them. I'd considered fabbing a couple out of metal but decided to check here first. I'm talking about the plastic pins that push into each side of the grab handles and expand the jaws that lock them into place.
Anyone parting out a car or know where I can get a couple? I think Buick used them too. Thanks guys!
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