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Floor mat

Discussion in '40- & 55-Series Tech' started by Dianna, Jul 3, 2005.

  1. Dianna

    Dianna

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    anyone know where I can buy a floormat like this with the diamond plate tread?
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  3. Dianna

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    not it!

    Thanks for your reply Otis, but that's not the same mat, the one SOR sells is just a sheet of rubber. The one in my picture is fitted...
     
  4. nuclearlemon

    nuclearlemon not an addict Moderator

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    are you sure it's fitted? it looks like it's a three piece deal
     
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    it does look like its three peices, but pablo might be right, check ccot
     
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    I love the drain thing!!! I used the sheet material and made one that looks just the same except for the drain and the push on strip on the edge of the middle piece. If you look closer you might find it's really three pieces maybe glued together...the diamond pattern doesn't match up either. I tried to do this in one piece and couldn't without some sort of heat forming system...which a heat gun did help in the darted area by the gas pedal. Barge cement holds this stuff really well...same stuff they glue soles on your shoes with. Yeah, gotta add a drain! Where exactly is it located? More than one?