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Rubber Floor Panel Plugs

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  1. Mopar_Gods

    Mopar_Gods Well-Known Member

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    Getting ready to install my new carpet anybody know where I can find a assortment pack of different sized floor panel plugs? I am looking for rubber ones not plastic ones. Can I just use seam sealer to fell the holes in the floor board? Thank You.
     
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    I will refer to that site for stuff I may need. Thanks for re posting the link I could not remember it for the life of me. Thank You.
     
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    be careful with eBay, and don't make my mistake on the cheapest-the plugs were made of plastic and the seller told me to pack sand when I told them the plugs were useless when I received plastic body plugs.

    http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40|R40&_sacat=0&_nkw=dodge+Rubber+body+Plugs&_sop=15

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/69-Dodge-Pl...Parts_Accessories&hash=item27f3a8c5bb&vxp=mtr



    ASK THE RETAILER IF THE PLUGS ARE RUBBER. YOU WANT RUBBER.
     
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    Mopar_Gods Well-Known Member

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    Yes I want only rubber ones. In the past I have used just seam sealer I know seam sealer to pug holes in a floor board right. Just for the record it did work and did not look all that bad Lol.
     
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    I know this is an old one, but I just ripped the carpet out and am handling some surface rust. I got impatient and tore up half of my grommet plugs. Did you(or anyone else for that matter) find rubber ones?
     
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    You may have to find a kit for an older car to find what you need. The picture below is for a ’71 B-body I found in eBay, for $70 (US). Red arrows are Rubber and blue is Plastic.
    71 B Body Plugs.jpg
    If you look the rubber is much bigger (thicker) when placed side by side – but I would still ask for specifics before purchasing.

    Rubber ones are out there – and might be cheaper to get a kit that doesn’t fit an FMJ body directly.
     
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    Thanks - it's probably cheaper going with a whole kit versus buying piecemeal.
     
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    Don’t forget to get numbers (quantities) of each size – as well.
    Most of Chrysler vehicles use a lot of the same plugs – but not all the same quantities or sizes.
     
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    I ended up going with the ones from Justmopar.com and they work fine. The only problem is that I need some 2-1/4" ones (2 in the trunk & 2 in the rear seat footwell) and everybody has either 2" or 2-1/2". I just cleaned up the old ones and used them.