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Old 04-19-2019, 03:07 PM   #1
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Simple rubber plugs 4 Roadmaster baseplate

After very little time, some water had begun rusting of the lower inside receiver tubes. Finding nothing online, I whipped these out, to plug the 1.5"ID tubes when the towbar is uninstalled.

I used a dab of threadlocker on the hook threads.
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Interesting. On our Roadmaster receiver tubes I was able to use black rubber chair tips, 1-1/8", I think.
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i used two vinyl hitch ball covers
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I bought the plugs that RoadMaster sells for my 2" receptacles.
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