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Old 01-26-2020, 12:54 PM
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Can someone identify this for me?

I want to get covers for these but I have no idea what to search for. Can anyone help me?
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Welcome to the Forum.

Your AVATAR PIC looks like you have a JK.

I will see if I can get somebody to move you to our JK General Forum.

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Your AVATAR PIC looks like you have a JK.

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I'm not aware of a cover available for them. One of the down sides to no carpet is that cut out showing.

We filled ours with spray foam. I intend on painting it some day but with a tan Jeep the spray foam isn't that much different in color



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@GeorgiaGirl4158* I pulled my carpet out to put a spray in liner in and found the same hole. My fix was I took an old license plate and cut it to fit the hole. Use a piece of cardboard for a template to make cutting it to fit easier. Fill the hole with expanding foam crack filler, let it expand then cut away the excess. Epoxy the plate you just cut out into place. Then paint with spray paint or as in my case spray your bed liner. Mine is not even noticeable now.
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I used an old licence plate as well but instead of foam I cut it slightly over size put a small sheet metal screw in the middle to have something hold it in place, spread a bead of automotive seam sealer around the edge then slipped inside the hole and used the screw through a strip of wood to hold it in place while the seam seal set up. you could also add a couple of pop rivets for added strength. remove the screw leaving just a small hole that the bed liner would cover easily.
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I can create a 3d printable file.

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If you can measure it then I will design one and send it to you. A simple matter to send it to a friend with a 3d printer or an online company that prints them and sends it back to you.

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It's cool. Why do you want to cover it? Stuff something in there for whatever.

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