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Installing pin on hood on '93 mustang

I don't know where to put the pins on the back of the hood because the style i chose rises up twice starting close to the sides. In the spot i think they should go, is the spot where the hood rises and the pin wouldn't be strait. Any advice would be great.thanks

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If the spot under the hood is flat then u can slightly enlarge the holes for the hood plates and even the they will be at an angle the pins will still be straight and will still fit my 78 z28 track car was the same way the whole hood is contoured and it worked great

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