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post #1 of (permalink) Old 09-04-2001, 12:14 PM
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Passenger compartment floor drain plugs

Does anyone have info regarding the replacement part of the removable floor drains ? I hosed the interior floor pan and removed the old ,rusted, pitted floor drains to help drain the floor pan . I would like to replace the old ones with new ones ? Part numbers ? Sources? Inexpensive generic replacements? --1988 Wrangler.

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Re: Passenger compartment floor drain plugs

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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ditto the lowes..

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I got mine from Ace Hardware. $0.25 each. And there's about 3 different kinds to choose from, and white, black or grey.

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Re: Passenger compartment floor drain plugs

Thank you all for the info on the drain plugs .

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Re: Passenger compartment floor drain plugs

I just left mine open.
Stops water from pooling in the first place.


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Re: Passenger compartment floor drain plugs

True Value has them too

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Re: Passenger compartment floor drain plugs

I found that the plastic plugs that cover the hole in the seat belt buckle assembly (the part that bolts to the floor) are a great replacement. I had a bunch lying around so I'm not sure what they cost. Would match good w/ Herculiner.

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