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A Frame Rubber Plugs
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runninpony 
I am missing these plugs on my 71 Convertible. They go right in between both door hinges next to the antenna plug. Does anybody have 2 of them used and or are they being reproduced? I bought a plug kit from OMS but that kit didn't contain them. Thanks!


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#2
Is your car a AM/FM radio build? (Am8Track)?


Mark
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#3
If your car had/has power windows, or an AM/FM radio or AM/8-track, it would have rubber convolutes that connect the door to the A-pillar.


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#4
Everyone is correct you need the boots in the pic. Like stated wiring for door speakers and or power windows are routed through there. If there is no hole in the end of the door they probably got changed out. There should be a dimple where the hole should be if not there.

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#5
runninpony 
I used to have door speakers and they were removed from the car. Then I put new door panels on in 1990 but never reinstalled the speakers and or boots. But I had rubber plugs in the holes since then, but they dry rotted. I just would like to find some plugs that fit those 2 holes.They are 1.25" in diameter. Thanks for all replies!

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#6
as a last resort maybe a expanding freeze plug  , and a little forma gasket
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(08-16-2018, 08:23 PM)nailpounder Wrote: as a last resort maybe a expanding freeze plug  , and a little forma gasket

I had similar problems where a few of the plugs I needed were not in standard kits.  Found all kinds of rubbery bits at a local store that has products for above ground pools, extrusions for household door & window weather seals etc.  A bonus was also grommets for protection of wiring going through holes punched in sheet  metal panels and foam strip material with adhesive backing.  There must  be something in your part of the world ?
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(08-16-2018, 07:29 PM)NOT A T5 Wrote: I used to have door speakers and they were removed from the car. Then I put new door panels on in 1990 but never reinstalled the speakers and or boots. But I had rubber plugs in the holes since then, but they dry rotted. I just would like to find some plugs that fit those 2 holes.They are 1.25" in diameter. Thanks for all replies!


Here ya go

https://www.amazon.com/Black-Rubber-Plug...1810ZW03HA

or here

https://www.amazon.com/Piece-Flush-Mount...02DVBQYDNE


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Your local auto body shop probably has a range of body plugs; I know mine does.

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