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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-30-2001, 06:18 PM
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Herculining tub...Drain holes...?

...So I'm about to herculine my interior and I was thinking: Are there any rubber plugs that drain out water from the tub and at the same time keep stuff(water)from getting in the tub? If so, who sells them? If not what ideas do you have?

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Re: Herculining tub...Drain holes...?

You can get them at the dealer. Also I've found the identical thing at the Home Depot near my house. I've seen them at numerous hardware stores as well.



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Re: Herculining tub...Drain holes...?

quadratec.. four wheel drive hardware sells them... the dealer.. you can get them on ebay...

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plugs! who needs plugs?! i leave them out and that way when i get in water that is over the door opening or when i spray out the inside it all runs out.

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Re: Herculining tub...Drain holes...?

i agree.i leave mine out but here ya go
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Re: Herculining tub...Drain holes...?

I found plugs that work perfect! They are 1 inch nylon plugs. (lowe's part number on the package is 793800.) They are 2 for $1.

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Re: Herculining tub...Drain holes...?

I leave the plugs out too!! But I have to drive with one foot over the hole. The air coming through the drain hole spits water onto me. I wanna get some heavy mats to throw in there... but don't wanna clog the drains.....


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I leave mine out all the time and just have floor mats so that I don't get sprayed from water I run through.

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Re: Herculining tub...Drain holes...?

Will, thanks for the tip on the Lowes plug, they do fit perfect. It's too cold and wet here to leave em out, keeps the mice out too.

The 793800 number is what is printed on the package but the real Lowes part number is 139483. I had a hell of a time finding them, especially after I asked the Cheif Rocket Scientist working there to help me.
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