The lowly spire nut

Back in the pre-digital manufacturing age, before robotics and computer numerical control (CNC), cars were largely hand-assembled. Tolerances might be 1/8-inch or so on the chassis, and thus trim pieces did not necessarily align exactly over pre-drilled holes. Enter the lowly spire fastener (also called speed fasteners). Spires can easily…

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