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Flat top with sloping shoulders (could be slotted or cross-head) - just makes it
less likely to interfere with the backing plate. The original has a thin
flattened head and is spot welded, while I expect you'll have to use a blob or
two of weld. The backing plate might need a bit of reshaping in the middle to
clear the head.
I think it'll be obvious when you've removed it one way or the other.
UK VW Type 3 & 4 Club
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>> I've been trying to get the round access plate loose so I don't have >> to
>> my rear fender. The stud is turning with the 8mm nut.
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