[T2] Rubber Floor Plugs?

c.dreike c.dreike at verizon.net
Mon Dec 22 20:50:20 MST 2014

Aren't those plugs available from Wolfsberg West?

Try this page:

64 DD Kamper Kit

On 12/22/2014 2:40 PM, Jon wrote:
> We use a lot of 5200 in the fleet here.  General feeling is you better 
> want it permanent if you use 5200.   5200 is stronger than most 
> substrate-seen lots of fiberglass and metal ripped up while removing 
> an item glued in with it.  3M 4200 is lower strength and will do what 
> you need, without breaking things should you need to remove it.  There 
> are many others made by SikaFlex, etc. equally as good.  Read the 
> manufacturers product info and choose the correct item; modern glues 
> are beyond strong but they are application specific. Gloves, eye 
> protection, and old clothes are a must-very difficult to remove from 
> fabric.  BTW don't buy more than you need, almost impossible to reseal 
> the nozzle so the (unused) rest of the product doesn't harden.
> jon
> snip>
> Try blobs of a good urethane (isocyanate) calk, as seen in a boat store,
> forced thru the hole to form a plug that will not back out.  Home Depot
> sells such a sealant, 3M Adhesive Sealant Fast Cure 5200
> MUTS  = Michael's Ultimate Thumb Saver
> 93 Chevy Roadtrek 210P
> 78 VW Westfalia Camper

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