Originally Posted by Bassdogs
Nylon would be fine, just don't over tighten. Firm is enough. I'd hold on to the originals as they can be used if necessary down the road. There is no reason they won't work if you apply a small layer of JWeld to the cracked hole and then reattach using the nylon or rubber washer.
Just dont over tighten like Bassdogs said
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