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post #1 of 3 Old 04-23-2012, 05:08 AM Thread Starter
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Floor Plug?

I was just curious about the front floor plug in my truck I have a 95 regular cab, I was under the truck yesterday and was looking and it looks like the floor plug on the left side had fallen out and the hole has rotted so you couldnt replace it with a new one. Does this mean the floor is rotted out now?
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pull the carpet to see what you have.


cut me some slack, its a work truck.
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it is a relativly large plug, if your carpet is wet, your rust is there and your not gonna like what comes next, but yes, pull the carpet back a little see what you have first

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Well at least you caught the loose bolts before they cause any damage. Nothing worse than a sloppy hole
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