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does anyone know if any simp. or a/c has the same "treadplate" as a 1972 a/c made T-16 homelite. It's the grooved black rubber piece that is glued to the footrest. they are side specific.I've looked on this site but no pics really show the footrests. The a/c 300 series (310,314,etc.) look fairly close,but i just can't tell by the pics. Thanks, Chris

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thanks for everyones advice, I called sandy lake imp. they have some material they think is right, they're sending me a sample piece if it's right i'll just have to cut them out. Thanks, Chris

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