After we were happy with the fit of the hood, and all the brackets seemed to be in the correct up-and-down position, we riveted the brackets in place. Our toolbox was devoid of a rivet gun, so we bought this way-bitchin’ Stanley model with a head that pivots 360 degrees. Our buddies were jealous. Once we popped the first rivet, we found that the steel ones provided by Harwood have only a 1/8-inch reach, not enough to go through the two layers of sheetmetal on the flanges of our fenders. Another trip to the store got us some 1/4-inch-reach rivets, and we stepped up to stainless steel to prevent rusting.