70-73 Floor Pan Plug Help

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  1. geoman

    geoman Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Are the plugs in the rear floor pans (round) just behind the front seat metal or rubber?? Not sure what happened to mine but I am close to finish the floors and seam sealing. Any help is appreciated.
     
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    Metal from the factory but a 1” rubber plug will also work
     
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    geoman Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Thank you... I will keep looking on the shelf.

    I don't see where anyone sells the metal plugs but I do find the rubber. Seems like that is the only metal plug I cant find reproduced.

    Thanks again! Mike
     
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    I am looking for the correct plug as well. I would like to find a metal one if possible, but would take a rubber one. Do you have a link to the rubber ones?

    I so have some smaller round ones I think may work?

    Does anyone have a couple sets of these laying around you might be able to spare for us?
     
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    I reused the best ones I had and deleted one with a patch I made to repair the toe board area. They aren't necessary unless you're planning to keep it original.
     

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