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Old 06-29-2014, 09:43 PM   #1
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Plugs for floor where table legs would go!

OK I thought I had seen on here about someone who found a "plug" to fill the hole where the table leg would insert in the floor so you would NOT have that 2+" hole to stub your toe in ....and of course now I can't find it!

If anyone here did find the plug - can you tell me where you found it and what size you got???

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Dutchmen Technical | Towing, Maintenance and Repairs - Dutchmen Owners Check this post out from eightydo, down about mid way on the page. in the "Interior and living" page. hope it helps
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Old 06-29-2014, 11:09 PM   #3
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Here they are Photo Bucket.
Table Leg Holes Photos by eightydo | Photobucket
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OK I thought I had seen on here about someone who found a "plug" to fill the hole where the table leg would insert in the floor so you would NOT have that 2+" hole to stub your toe in ....and of course now I can't find it!

If anyone here did find the plug - can you tell me where you found it and what size you got???

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Hey Nana,

If all else fails try the plumbing section at your hardware store, you may find that an PVC or ABS end cap might fit the bill.
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thanks for the reply's.....will check out the hardware store next week when I go to the "city (Utica is 50+ miles away - that is where the big box stores are)
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Old 06-30-2014, 01:41 AM   #6
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Take a square piece of wooden 2x2 and cut to length for depth of hole and glue a piece of carpet on the top end. You will be able to grab the carpet with your fingers and pull it out if you want to use the hole later.
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I used 1 1/4'" PVC and a carpet furniture coaster ,the coaster came with double side tape. Just cut PVC to just less than depth of the hole then stuck on the coaster. To remove from the hole I use a peace of Velcro.
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Thanks for the suggestions......
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OK I thought I had seen on here about someone who found a "plug" to fill the hole where the table leg would insert in the floor so you would NOT have that 2+" hole to stub your toe in ....and of course now I can't find it!

If anyone here did find the plug - can you tell me where you found it and what size you got???

Thanks!
Nana Kathy
I ordered a piece of carpet from the dealer had it bound and it lays over top of the holes the length of the slide. Works great and since it is the same as the original matchs perfectly. I obviously paid more, but the wide likes the looks. The intent was and still is to remove the peice before putting the slide in, but of course have forgot a few times. It goes right over top of it with no issues. Probably dumb luck.
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Thanks Bill - I have something very close to what is in the TH - I may give that a try!

I did find a blank to go over an electrical box and it will work - will need to paint it.....
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