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YJ Floor Plugs

Where can I get replacement plugs for my floor?

How about the rust that has grown around the open holes.. any easy solutions for that? Or the wire brush and the spray can.

I plan to put one of the roll on liners on this summer.

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I took mine out mine when I put in the Herculiner. I put some rubber floor mats in (after I took out the carpet) and they cover up most of the holes. Use a wire brush and scrape off the rust and treat it with some kind of covering(rustoleum, bedliner, or rust treatment). What you use depends on how long you want it to last, or how good you want it to look. Or to make it really easy and just put a strip of duct tape on it. It might not look real hot but it is functional.

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ACE Hardware has rubber(well rubber like plastic)plugs. They are cheaper and fit really tight. Even if the hole is a little distorted. I think they were about .75 each. I bought all I could find, then replaced even the good factory plugs.

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Any good auto parts store. Ask for 2" auto body plugs. They should cost four to six bits each. (I bet they don't cost more than two cents to make!)

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a piece of cork wrapped in duct tape works well.

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Re: YJ Floor Plugs

The last time I posted this was in August so it's been a while:

If they are 1" diameter drain holes, I found plugs that work perfect at Lowe's. They are 1 inch nylon plugs. (lowe's part number on the package is 793800.) They are 2 for $1.


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thanks. got the 99 cent ones at lowes. best 99 cent upgrade i made.

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Marinas will have the drain plugs from boats available. They have the lever on top that will allow you to insert and remove the plugs. Tie a piece of string to the lever, tie the other end to your seat bracket, rollcage, etc. and they won't get lost.

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