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Old 04-18-2021, 12:11 AM   #1
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Looking for the 4 rubber pieces used under the bed. I have the 4 on the bed I have but was looking for new pieces.
Any idea if still available ?
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Why not make your own? Old tires cutup nicely, with a good pair of snips...
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Probably at least as bad as a Jeep so worse than a cow.
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Why not make your own? Old tires cutup nicely, with a good pair of snips...
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...plus, you can make more than you (think) you need. (o:
Also, consider the "cost". LOL
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Old 04-18-2021, 02:18 AM   #5
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I don’t think they are available. Buddy of mine had some rubber matte he bought from Home
Depot. I cut my own as mine were in rough shape.
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I don’t think they are available. Buddy of mine had some rubber matte he bought from Home
Depot. I cut my own as mine were in rough shape.
There not that thick so I guess I could double up if needed to get the right thickness.
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The stuff he gave me was pretty thick but yes I would double up if needed.
Super glue your doubles. Could triple if needed.

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I bought a small sheet of Viton rubber from Amazon, 1/4" thick IIRC. Cut pieces to size and then drilled holes in the center with a Forstner bit. Worked perfect.

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