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Where can I get the plug that is missing in the floor?

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jelly donut Frank G
Rockaway, NJ, USA   USA
I can't seem to find anywhere that sells the missing piece from the passenger floor. I could hack something out of a piece of scrap but would rather have the right piece. Anyone know where I might find one?

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Charlie D Gold Member Charles Dankmeyer
Arnold, Maryland, USA   USA
The Wedge Shop has them, they are about $12. Fit perfect. http://www.thewedgeshop.com/

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HowardB Howard Brissenden
Potton, Bedfordshire, UK   GBR
Failing that they are available from Robsport in the UK https://robsport.co.uk/

Cheers

Howard

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jelly donut Frank G
Rockaway, NJ, USA   USA
Thanks, guys. Not sure how I missed that.

What goes in the smaller hole to the left?

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bowen6951 Gold Member rob bowen
Fontana, California, USA   USA
Hi Frank,
mine are buried but try TRF they have a variety of rubber plugs for TRs. Measure your hole and give them a call, easier than trying to find in their catalog. Thanks, Rob

http://www.the-roadster-factory.com/indexmain.php

navydiver Rob Cornick
san diego, california, USA   USA
1975 Triumph TR7 "The Pumpkin"
1977 Triumph TR7
1978 Triumph TR8
1980 Triumph TR7 "The Plum"    & more
just a regular rubber plug goes in the smaller hole the plate is stuck in with body sealer or silicon. If you have a DHC its an idea to leave a drain hole, in case you get caught in a heavy shower and the footwells fill up!!



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