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 Post subject: Plugs for rear seat bolt holes?
PostPosted: Sat Nov 21, 2009 8:46 pm 
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For those who have removed the back seat of their KJs, how did you plug the bolt holes? It's not very wet here in SoCal but it does rain and I want to keep the water from getting into the passenger compartment through these holes. And for the water crossings too.

Someday I may build a platform back there that will use these holes for it's mounts but until then maybe corks or rubber plugs? I'm hoping someone has a better idea.

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Put the bolts back in the whole. That way you won't loose the bolts and water/dust won't get in. :D I did that until I added my rear deck extension. It worked.

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When I had my rear seat out I just put the bolts back in... :wink:


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